Fernando Franco

Fernando Franco | Spain | 2013 | 95 min. | V.O. Spanish

Ana is a young woman of 28 who, apparently, leads a normal life. In the mornings she works as an ambulance driver, a job in which she feels fulfilled because she can help others. But outside of her working day, she has serious problems in relating to the people around her and who love her. At times she can even be aggressive. A conflict that produces in her a growing feeling of conflict, a spiral of self-destruction from which it will be very difficult to escape. Ana doesn’t know it, but she is suffering from what psychiatrists call a borderline personality.
EFA TALK with the director of the film after the screening. 

Direction: Fernando Franco

Script: Oscar Fernando Franco, Enric Rufas Fotografía / Cinematography: Santiago Racaj Editing: David Pinillos

Music: Ibon Rodríguez, Ibon Aguirres

Sound: Aitor Berenguer, Nacho Arenas, Jaime Fernández

Cast: Marian Álvarez, Manolo Solo, Rosana Pastor, Andrés Gertrudix

Production: Koldo Zuazua, Roberto Butragueño, Manuel Calvo, Fernando Franco, Mario Madueño, Samuel Martínez


Out of competition.

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