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.
Did You Know?
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 See more
5 September 2014 (Spain)
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Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $304,384
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