TODO SALDRÁ BIEN

EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE

By Jesús PONCE

KIKO MEDINA PRODUCCIONES CINEMATOGRÁFICAS S.L. - as PROD

Social issues - Completed 2015

Two sisters share the responsibility of caring of their elderly mother; in her last moments, only revisiting the past will allow them to find a future.

Festivals
& Awards

Festival de Cine Internacional de Calzada de Calatrava 2016 2016
Award: Best Actress (ex-aequo Mercedes Hoyos & Isabel Ampudia)
Ariano International Film Festival 2016
Islantilla Cinefórum Film Festival 2016
Special Jury Mention (actress Mercedes Hoyos)
18th International Film Festival Film by the Sea Vlissingen (Netherlands) 2016
38ª Semana Internacional de Cine de Autor de Lugo 2016
Festival Nuevo Cine Andaluz de Casares 2016
Award: Best Director (Jesús Ponce)
Estado de México International Film Festival 2016
Linares Independent Film Festival 2016
Best Andalousian Film
    • Year of production
    • 2015
    • Genres
    • Social issues, Family, Drama
    • Countries
    • SPAIN
    • Languages
    • SPANISH
    • Duration
    • 90 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Jesús PONCE
    • Writer(s)
    • Jesús PONCE
    • Producer(s)
    • Kiko MEDINA (KIKO MEDINA PRODUCCIONES CINEMATOGRÁFICAS S.L.)
    • Synopsis
    • Synopsis: Isabel returns to the family home long ago abandoned overwhelmed by an uncertain future living in the narrow margin of the rural tradition, positioning herself as one of many office workers in Madrid. There she reunites with her sister Mercedes, who had to stay in charge of a progressively deteriorated mother as a consequence of Isabel's escape, a fact that is at the origin of all the resentment accumulated over the years. Since then, Isabel holds with her job this unsigned economy pact. Isabel has returned to be present at the death of her mother, event that is imminent, in doctor's word. But reality is that the moment never comes and starts to become an emergency: the economic situation depends Isabel's return to Madrid. The reunion feeds of past joys and grudges that make everything become a countdown that never starts.
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