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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joan Amargós ... Pep (as Joan Amargós Rubert)
Eva Espejo Eva Espejo ... Sílvia
Anna Gonzalvo ... Carla
Ventura López Ventura López ... Andreu (as Ventura López Kalász)
Pep Cruz ... (voice)
Queco Novell Queco Novell ... (voice)
Xavier Sala-i-Martín Xavier Sala-i-Martín ... Self
Germà Bel Germà Bel ... Self
Jordi Basté Jordi Basté ... Self
Lluís Cabrera Lluís Cabrera ... Self
Eduardo Reyes Eduardo Reyes ... Self
Vicenç Villatoro Vicenç Villatoro ... Self
Jordi San José Jordi San José ... Self
Isidre Serra Isidre Serra ... Self
Joan Manuel Tresserras Joan Manuel Tresserras ... Self


Catalonia is experiencing a period of great significance. Democratic decisions we make in the coming months will shape our future. L'Endemà is a documentary film that aims to clear up the many questions the undecided might have. To analyze reality from an open view, critical and unconventional. From eyes that take into account the everyday concerns of all Catalans. Written by David Cirici

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The final chorus, singing 'Que sera, sera', hide a cinematographic reference to similar scenes in, at less, two other films: The Book Thief (2013) initial chorus singing 'Kampflied der Nationalsozialisten'; and Cabaret (1972) scene with nazis and people singing 'Tomorrow belongs to me' in some moment of the film. The three scenes start with a beautiful face of a child/young, singing in a quite fervent manner; follows a slow zoom-out over the rest of the singers. Intention or meaning of the similarities and differences between the three scenes are not documented, even not recognized by Isona Passola when asked about it. See more »


Whatever Will Be (Que serà)
Written by Ray Evans and Jay Livingston
Arranged by 'Albert Guinovart'
Performed by Laura Simó
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Slick Production, but Lacks Substance
26 April 2015 | by spirit-of-1969See all my reviews

It starts off a little all over the place, but in the end it's to the director's credit that he tries to fit in so many devices--political speeches, a conversation in a cab, traditional doc interviews, some weird guy singing Andalus style and a series of skits. The skits acknowledge that they're obvious metaphors--which is good--but they still rarely bring home the points they're making better than the talking heads, and the choice to use non-actors hurts more than it helps. Overall, the film is consistently engaging and does a nice job pairing beautiful shots of Catalan countryside with the post-modern interview space.

Substantively, though, L'Endema leaves a lot to be desired. Its title implies a serious discussion of what "the day after" independence would be like, but there is no discussion here, just a parade of interviewees promising us everything will be great. Not even one anti-independence expert is interviewed, giving the impression that the talking heads are only tearing down strawmen and not engaging with the other side's serious arguments. And that's probably the case, as the filmmakers gloss over recognition, disposition of Spanish state property, the potential flight of non- Catalan residents of Catalonia and other thorny issues. It's not that a doc can't argue a point, but when you complete neglect any counterargument, your limit your audience to the already converted.

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