Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

If Animals, maybe the finest Spanish opera prima in recent years (screened in Bafici ‘13), featured a passionate and contained study of teenage urges from an intimate dynamics that didn’t lack visual and sonic palpitation, Everelasting Love takes that vision of juvenile textures and its clash with a dark world where adulthood is formed through strangeness and pushes it to the last consequences. A vampire story with edges that reminds us of Claire Denis’ intimate odysseys without falling into her visceral depiction of blood and sentiments, Everlasting Love is a film that creates addiction, stirs you up, and triggers sensations from a strangely telluric perspective in which feelings and passions blur together with a foggy landscape –as geographical as emotional– in order to build a love story beyond time and conventions. With this film, Forés lines up with the kind of European cinema that moves away from clichés, and is best represented by the aforementioned Denis, Noé, Hadzihailovic, or Guiraudie. It’s young cinema, with innovative textures, and freed from any stigmas. AS


English title: Everlasting Love
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 69
Seconds: 0
Country:
Team:

D: Marçal Forés  

G: Marçal Forés, Vicente de la Torre

 F: Elías M. Félix 

E: Nahuel G. Rebollar  

DA: Marta Salazar  

S: Jordi Ribas  

M: Don The Tiger, Sonny & The Sunsets, Miedo  

P: Jorge Llama, Alba Barneda  

PE: Oscar Romagosa, Pablo Maqueda, Haizea Sandra Giménez  

CP: Canada 


Cast:

Aimar Vega, Joan Bentallé


Contact:

Canada. Diana Milesi
T +34 663 092 191 +34 93 356 8483
E diana@lawebdecanada.com - alba@lawebdecanada.com
W lawebdecanada.com TW @lawebdecanada


Monday 20 - 20:00 h
Village Recoleta Room: 1
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Tuesday 21 - 17 h
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Marçal Forés España

Born in Barcelona, Spain, in 1981, he studied at the ESCAC and later at the British NFTS. He directed the short films Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! (2005), Friends Forever (2007), the TV film The Things I Haven’t Told You (2008), and Animals (2012; Bafici ‘13).



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