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When You’re Strange
First shown in Barcelona at last month’s In Edit festival, this new documentary about The Doors promises to open a window on the excesses of fame, drugs and alcohol that surrounded one of the world’s ‘darkest and most dangerous bands’. Narrated by Johnny Depp and directed by Tom diCillo, the film makes use of footage filmed by Morrison himself between 1966 and '71. Fans of the band will love it.
Todas las canciones hablan de mí
Spanish chick flick about a guy struggling to forget a girl, starring Oriol Vila and Bábara Lennie.(In Spanish)
This 2008 psychological thriller has taken its time arriving to these shores. Set partly in modern London and partly in the mythical and decaying Meanwhile City where a masked vigilante searches for his nemesis, critics has praised British writer and director Gerald McMorrow’s visual imagination but criticised the plot's many loose ends.
La leyenda del innombrable
Hell is most definitely other people in this Catalan-directed, darkly funny road movie set in the woods of Catalunya. (In Spanish)