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El futuro

Dirigida por Luis López Carrasco
España, 2013


España, 1982. Un grupo de jóvenes baila y bebe en una casa. El ambiente es festivo y alegre ya que la victoria socialista en las elecciones generales parece reciente y el intento de golpe de Estado de 1981 lejano.

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El futuro Dirigida por Luis López Carrasco
On first viewing it’s the soundtrack that grabs you. On second, those haunting, lingering silences that follow the party itself, when the blemishes of the film stock begin to take hold and something unsavory, like a hangover, begins to kick in. But on a third viewing—and a fourth—El Futuro is also striking for those moments in which López Carrasco captures the individual faces of people trying to fit in, find a place, partake in this suddenly collective project to make things work.
April 11, 2016
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While the intimacy of the roving camera and the ways in which it holds on faces as they subtly transform from posturing to drunken release to posturing again is remarkable, the experience is of being inescapably trapped in self-absorbed conversations for 80 minutes when one desperately wants to leave after fifteen.
November 12, 2014
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Luis Lopez Carrasco’s stunning debut feature El Futuro pinpoints a willful political ignorance in Spain following the socialist victory of 1982 through one of the most wild parties ever caught on film. Set to outrageously loud underground Spanish punk music from the ’80s and ’90s, El Futuro represents a young generation ready to party until the end of time without ever recognizing the precarious social and economic climate that had been percolating all around them from the beginning.
November 07, 2014
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