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Jonás Trueba (THE AUGUST VIRGIN, THE ROMANTIC EXILES) paints an alternately rapturous and neurotic impression of contemporary Western living in his small-scale, yet endlessly rich new feature. Two couples reunite for a concert and drinks after they have been kept apart from each other for months by the pandemic and major life changes. During two movements, in winter and summer, set in Madrid and in the countryside, Trueba allows viewers to eavesdrop on conversations that subtly reveal their emotional and intellectual lives, personal resentments and fears and ruminations on the world's modern political limbo. Trueba's gentle, clear-eyed film is both a cosmopolitan fable and a return to nature, buoyed by a chorus of living artists and philosophers — pianist and composer Chano Domínguez, cultural theorist Peter Sloterdijk and poet Olvido García Valdes — whose words and music are as integral to the overall experience as the characters' enveloping dialogue. (Note courtesy of the New York Film Festival.) DIR/SCR/PROD Jonás Trueba; PROD Javier Lafuente. Spain, 2022, color, 64 min. In Spanish with English subtitles. NOT RATED

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64 Minutes
Comedy-drama

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