Spain, 1966, a high-school English/Latin teacher, Antonio, drives to Almeria in hopes of meeting his hero, John Lennon. Along the way, Antonio picks up two runaways. The movie title, Living... See full summary »
Natalia de Molina,
This film is the blending of three exceptionally gifted individuals, David Trueba, Luis Alegre and, obviously, Fernado Fernán Gómez. Probably, the best movie in this genre ever made in Europe. You may think that a film with one character speaking sitting in a chair could be a little bit unexciting but it's just the opposite. Sharing this conversation with Fernando Fernán Gómez is one of the most tasty and pleasant cinematographic moments I had recently. When you finish the movie you just could feel a little gloomy for not having the chance of meeting Fernán Gómez personally. Tender and deep, hilarious and interesting; a masterpiece.
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