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Mondays in the Sun

This film is not based on a real story. It is based on thousands.

Starring:

Aida Folch

Andrés Lima

Antonio Durán Morris

Celso Bugallo

César Cambeiro

Enrique Villén

Fernando Tejero

Javier Bardem

Joaquín Climent

José Ángel Egido

Laura Domínguez

Luis Tosar

Nieve de Medina

Pepo Oliva

Serge Riaboukine

Directed by:

Fernando León de Aranoa

Rating: 0/10

Running Time: 113 minutes

US Certificate: R UK Certificate: 15

Country: Spain, France, Italy

— P R E V I E W —Synopsis

A city on the northern coast which turned its back on the countryside long ago and surrounded itself with industries which forced it to grow disproportionately, pushing and shoving, fed it with immigration and workers, and painted a horizon of chimneys, of problems and hopes, of future uprooting.

A group of men who walk its hilly streets every day, looking for life’s emergency exits. Long term fear, people who perform a balancing act at the end of the month and at the beginning too, performers without a net and without an audience, without applause at the end, who daily walk the tightrope of precarious employment, who prop up their existence with a scaffolding of hope, and convert their few happy moments into trenches, conversation, routine, as if the shipwreck from which they daily try to save themselves weren’t theirs, while they talk of their exploits and laugh, at everything and nothing in particular, full of hope, relaxed, on a Monday morning in the sun. (Fernando León de Aranoa)

Summary

— P R E V I E W —Synopsis A city on the northern coast which turned its back on the countryside long ago and surrounded itself with industries which forced it to grow disproportionately, pushing and shoving, fed it with immigration and workers, and painted a horizon of chimneys, of problems and hopes, of […]

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