The Spanish Movie Nights presented by Embassy of Spain in Dar es Salaam are going into the last round.
Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Spain 2012, 90 min
About halfway through Rodrigo Sorogoyen's thoughtful, carefully-worked second feature, Stockholm, what at first looks like a dialogue-heavy standard teen romance becomes something far more chilling and interesting. Essentially a low-budget, theatrical-looking two-hander about what the word “love” means now, the film is potently stripped-back on all levels, and although its second act is far stronger than its first. The movie opens with a standard conversation between guys at a night as He approaches to her and forthrightly declares that he's in love with her. Initially she rejects him, but he persists, following her for a chat about life and love around the deserted, glistening late-night streets of Madrid. Soon enough they open up and reveal who they really are.
check the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIEYL9przCY
Extra: Cash bar and Grill stand with skewers and Bratwurst + a glass of Spanish wine
Extra Extra: Music of choice and meeting up with people!