Archive of films You Have to Come and See It / Tenéis que venir a verla
Two couples in their thirties, heated discussions on the essentials of life unfolding between Madrid and the neighbouring countryside. Directorial star of Spanish film Jonás Trueba (The August Virgin, KVIFF 2019) is a master of soulful cinematic miniatures which don’t require long hours to convey profound, existential feelings infused with enchanting melancholy and gentle humour.
Let’s move to the country, sings Bill Callahan in his crystalline song. Its serene, meditative rhythm is mirrored in the mood of the keenly anticipated new film by one of the most respected European directors of his generation (just ask the staff at Cahiers du cinéma). Two couples in their thirties, intellectually scintillating discussions on the essentials of life unfolding between Madrid and the neighbouring countryside – this is the unremarkable yet, at the same time, also magical world of Trueba’s characters. The creator of The August Virgin (KVIFF 2019) offers up another of his acclaimed, soulful cinematic miniatures which don’t require long hours to convey profound, existential feelings infused with enchanting melancholy and gentle humour.
About the director
Jonás Trueba (1981, Madrid). Selected filmography: Every Song Is About Me (Todas las canciones hablan de mí, 2010), The Wishful Thinkers (Los ilusos, 2013), The Romantic Exiles (Los exiliados románticos, 2015), The Reconquest (La reconquista, 2016), The August Virgin (La virgen de agosto, 2019), You Have to Come and See It (Tenéis que venir a verla, 2022).
About the film
|Section:||Crystal Globe Competition|
|Dir. of Photography:||Santiago Racaj|
|Sound:||Álvaro Silva Wuth, Eduardo Castro|
|Art Director:||Miguel Ángel Rebollo|
|Producer:||Javier Lafuente, Jonás Trueba|
|Production:||Los ilusos films|
|Cast:||Itsaso Arana, Vito Sanz, Francesco Carril, Irene Escolar|
|Sales:||Bendita Film Sales|