In "Madrid, 1987," an aging journalist (José Sacristán) and a beautiful young student (María Valverde) form a relationship, most of which takes place in long conversations locked in a bathroom together.
I'm told this movie will be a surefire "love it or hate it" conversation starter.
(Warning: The trailer contains a fleeting glimpse of nudity.)
"Madrid, 1987" will screen in the World Cinema Dramatic competition at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
- Sean P. Means
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