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Gabriel Velázquez, 2012
Spain | 90 minutes
Spanish Cinema Now turns 21 this year, so we're celebrating with wine! Join New Wave, Film Society's young patron group for film lovers in their 20s and 30s, for a happy hour in the Furman Gallery before the screening featuring a collection of Spanish wines, tapas and live music. Tickets are $25 for New Wave Members ($35 for General Public) and include the 8:15pm screening! Click here for more info.
Mauri searches for a German Shepherd that swallowed a ring belonging to his late parents; waking one morning with blood on her thigh, Rebecca thinks she might be pregnant; Simon and Jota live out a survivalist fantasy, hiding in a small shack and catching fish to survive. Beautifully shot in and around Salamanca, Gabriel Velazquez’s sharply observed portrait reveals far greater depths to these four teenage dropouts from society than at first meets the eye.