Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires


Faraday, the main character, has a new opportunity to start believing again in his passion: telepathy, the paranormal –the sub-normal? He and his girlfriend, who sells cupcakes and uploads videos to her blog aiming to be a star on the Internet, move to a new apartment that features ghostly presences. Faraday, the film, believes in comedy, in jokes –also in the paranormal, subnormal, and abnormal ones– and in the chance of making everything a bet for the most festive aspect of cinema. Maybe that’s why the party sequence –“an orgy of sex and drugs, son”– is the heart of Faraday. Maybe that’s why the trailer for this film by Norberto Ramos del Val appeals to the motto “if you’re fed up with Spanish cinema” and offers “the dumbest love story of 2014.” And we still have to talk about Faraday’s ending, an all-out finale filled with surprises and an imaginative low-budget exploitation. But we won’t do it, so you guess it with your supernatural powers, or better yet, go see the film. JPF

Year: 2014
Format: DM
Color: Color
Minutes: 82
Seconds: 0

D, E: Norberto Ramos del Val

G: Pablo Vázquez, Jimina Sabadú

F: Roland de Middel

DA: Esther Sánchez

S: James Muñoz

M: José Sánchez-Sanz

P: Enrique López Lavigne, Norberto Ramos del Val, Belén Atienza

PE: Javier Carneros

CP: Apaches Entertainment, Norberfilms


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Norberto Ramos del Val España

He was born in Cantabria, Spain, in 1970. He made advertisements, music videos and TV work. He made his directorial debut with the feature Muertos comunes (2004), which was followed by Hienas (2009), Our Last Weekend (2011) and Summertime (2012).

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