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CATÁLOGO DE ALCINE2020
Naomi is a young actress who returns home after six years in New York to attend an audition that could change her career. During the first 24 hours in Madrid, Noemí has a series of meetings and farewells that teach her to appreciate the ups and downs of life and help her rethink her past, her future and her place in the world.
Left alone in the deepest of the summer, Malo and Zoe are trying their best to catch their mother’s elusive eye.
Rare, medium rare, medium, medium well and well done. Through intimate and personal stories, five women share their experiences in relation to the body, from childhood to old age.
A young man, sitting on a rusty hangar, playing his guitar. An abandoned wooden church, no longer needed, re-locating to the outskirts of an urban expansion area for cultural interim usage. Nursery school children in a chair circle telling each other what they are not doing. In his essay film 'The Best City Is No City at All', Christoph Schwarz mixes multiple perspectives on Vienna's largest urban expansion area. They share a sentimental criticism of growth and a romantic refusal to progress while facing imminent ecological collapse, which seems more credible to us than any happy ending.
After falling out with her mother, rebellious Sofia wants to hitchhike to Italy in search of her biological father. In haste, she stuffs a few things in her backpack and sets off in the early hours of a Viennese summer morning...
Patriarchal masculinity seems to catch its last breath in the sun. A story about a cold relationship between a father and his son. Their bond, plagued by indifference, disintegrates completely.
A sunny Saturday afternoon in Zurich. In the middle of a crowded square, a businessman is lying on a bench, seemingly asleep. Someplace else, a teenager is longing for appreciation. A commuter is fighting the ticket machine. The film shows ten tableaus of everyday situations in the city. The people in it are getting confronted with small or big problems; each one of them is a Sisyphos, endlessly rolling the little stones of daily life up the mountain.
From Regina’s personal and visual memories, a tribute to her uncle Thomas, a humble man with a simple and anonymous life. This is my acknowledgment how one does not have to be 'somebody' to become exceptional in our life.
Tired of being a banal architectural ornament, a sculpture runs away from the Louvre to confront real life on the streets of Paris.
What would Romeo and Juliet's life be like if they hadn't died? What would their every day be like if they were 90 years old?
Louis, a painter, and his wife Michelle have recently experienced some strange events. The universe around them seems to be changing. Slowly, furniture, objects, and people lose their realism. They come apart, sometimes they disintegrate.
Happy newlyweds Ida and Jura are expecting a child. Ida suddenly finds out that the child will be special. She is unsure of how Jura will react when he learns the news, or what life with an extraordinary child will bring.
Raúl is a Spanish journalist and food critic who makes photographic reports and reviews for specialized magazines. After spending a few days in Los Angeles, he begins a route along the West Coast of the United States to reach Las Vegas, where he will make a report on the gastronomy at the foot of the road and also the gastronomy of the City of Sin. His nightmare begins when he wakes up in the middle of Death Valley, in the Mojave Desert, tied with a chain to an old Plymouth Barracuda. No possibility of escape and no one to help you for hundreds of miles around.