The Days to Come
Stranger than Docu-Fiction • 1h 41m
Directed by Carlos Marqués-Marcet • Drama • With Maria Rodríguez Soto, David Verdaguer • 2019 • 102 minutes
Vir and Lluis have been dating for just a year, when they find out they are "pregnant". During 9 months, we will follow the adventure of this young couple from Barcelona, the great truth in their lives, their fears and joys and the realities which, along their pregnancy, expand before them. Filmed throughout the nine months of the real life pregnancy of the couple of leading actors, The Days to Come is a precise sstory about learning to be three when there has been no time to learn to be two, exploring the difficulties of sharing this deeply transforming experience with the other.
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