OUT IN THE OPEN
INTEMPERIE
2019, 103 min, Spain/Portugal, Dir: Benito Zambrano

Poignant and full of suspense and emotion, OUT IN THE OPEN is a story of friendship between a shepherd who has lived on the margins of society for a long time and a boy who sets out on a journey through the desert fleeing from the implacable overseer of his town. The long-awaited return to the cinema of two-time Goya winner Benito Zambrano(SOLAS), this exciting thriller with Western echoes stars three-time Goya winner Luis Tosar (TAKE MY EYES) and is based on the novel of the same name translated into more than 20 languages. - Distributor blurb


THE FURY OF A PATIENT MAN
TARDE PARA LA IRA
2016, Film Factory, 92 min, Spain, Dir: Raúl Arévalo

The patient man of the title is José (Antonio de la Torre), a patron of a low-rent Madrid cafe who take an interest in one of its waitresses, Ana (Ruth Díaz). But his intent is not simply romantic - Ana’s husband is a getaway car driver whose prison sentence for a botched jewelry store robbery is almost up. Winner of four Goya Awards, including Best Film. “Spanish actor-turned-director Raúl Arévalo quickly brings his deeply impressive debut under control, reining in the narrative with a hand that betrays almost none of a neophyte’s unsteadiness.” - Jessica Kiang, Variety.


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