It has not yet been released in Spain and ‘The Mercy’, Eduardo Casanova’s second film, is already reaping success outside our borders. The film has just won the Special Jury Prize in the Upcoming section at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, an award that ‘You have to come see it’, directed by Jonás Trueba, has also received.
During his speech –“I’m very nervous, because I don’t speak English”, he apologized before beginning–, Casanova thanked the award “to my representative, Antonio Abeledo. To that legend who is Ángela Molina. To my sisters, Ana Polvorosa, María León, Macarena Gómez… To my psychiatrist. Of course, my mother and my producers. And to the jury. Eduardo, in addition, wanted to break a spear in favor of “creative and sexual freedom” and has referred to the five years “of depression” that a project of such “personal” scope has cost him.
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Still without a release date in Spain, ‘La Piedad’, starring Ángela Molina, Manel Llunell, Ana Polvorosa and María León, among others, portrays the toxic relationship between a mother and a son making a comparison with the North Korean dictatorship . A very personal analysis and with the aesthetic that characterizes the director and that has served as catharsis. “The biggest risk that I have suffered with this film is the loss of health. I have lost many things along the way, it has been difficult. And, what else, has been the health completely “Eduardo Casanova explained exclusively to us.
Now, ‘La Piedad’, a Spanish-Argentinean co-production, with Pokeepsie Films, Gente Seria AIE, Spal Films, Link-up and Crudo Films, will continue its international tour in South Korea, where it will participate in another festival, BIFAN.
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