A group of young people dance and drink like there’s no tomorrow in a house in Spain following the socialist victory of 1982. Loud Spanish New Wave fills the rooms and only fragments of conversations are to be heard. The atmosphere is festive and cheerful and the precarious social, political and economic state the country is in, seems far away.
Luis López Carrasco (1981, Spain) is a filmmaker, writer and visual artist. In 2008, he founded the collective Los Hijos, an experimental cinema and documentary collective, together with Javier Fernández Vázquez and Natalia Marín Sancho. In 2013, López Carrasco directed El futuro, the first feature film. His work has been shown in numerous international film festivals.
Monday 10 October, 19:00 → 21:30
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS
- Subtitles: French English
(SP, 2013, DCP, 69')