I CAN QUIT WHENEVER I WANT (2019)
LO DEJO CUANDO QUIERA
2019, Filmax, 98 min, Spain, Dir: Carlos Therón

Pedro, Arturo and Eligio spent their entire college life studying and focusing on their postgraduate careers. Fast-forward 10 years, and things haven’t gone as planned. After Pedro is fired from his job at the local university, the three friends decide to try a new pill he’s been developing in his lab. They soon realize the potential profits of selling the new drug and are quickly swept into the exciting and dangerous world of drug dealing. Our heroes are getting a second shot at having fun in their youth, but at what cost? David Verdaguer (10,000 KM, LOS DIAS QUE VENDRAN) stars as Pedro in this hilarious romp around Madrid’s club scene.


FATHER THERE IS ONLY ONE
PADRE NO HAY MÁS QUE UNO
2019, Sony Pictures International, 98 min, Spain, Dir: Santiago Segura

In Spain’s greatest box office success of 2019, Javier (Santiago Segura) starts out as a hands-off father with a simplistic outlook on parenting. When the task of caring for five children becomes his alone for a weekend, however, Javier struggles to control the chaos he had previously been content to leave to his wife. With physicality and depth of pathos as ingredients, director and co-writer Segura concocts this light-hearted recipe about falling in love with one’s children all over again.


THE TRIBE
LA TRIBU
2018, Netflix, 90 min, Spain, Dir: Fernando Colomo

After losing everything due to an embarrassing viral video, former CEO Fidel (Paco León) reunites with his estranged birth mother in an effort to start anew. To his surprise, he finds that his mother, Virginia (famed Spanish actress Carmen Machi), is a cleaning woman with a peculiar obsession: street dancing. Sucked into joining her dance group, the Mommies, Fidel discovers a new talent and passion for life as he grows closer to Virginia. THE TRIBE is a crowd-pleasing blockbuster sure to have audiences laughing, singing and crying in equal measure. “Paco León is an unstoppable, always surprising and nuanced visual comic.” - Fausto Fernandez, Fotogramas.


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