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Yesterday Never Ends

Yesterday Never Ends

by Isabel Coixet

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Drowning in the crisis

Review: Yesterday Never Ends

Drowning in the crisis

In every single way: socially and personally. Two standalone characters find themselves in this situation in a brave, audacious and very painful film on the terrible moment we are going through. 

"I like cinema as an adventure and as a form of apprenticeship"

Interview: Isabel Coixet • Director

"I like cinema as an adventure and as a form of apprenticeship"

The woman behind The Secret Life of Words (four Goya awards in 2006), Elegy and Map of the Sounds of Tokyo is presenting Yesterday Never Ends, her most bitter, critical and audacious film yet in Berlin. 

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international title: Yesterday Never Ends
original title: Ayer no termina nunca
country: Spain
sales agent: Gaumont
year: 2013
directed by: Isabel Coixet
screenplay: Isabel Coixet
cast: Javier Cámara, Candela Peña

main awards/selection

Berlinale 2013Panorama Special
Festival de Cine de Málaga 2013

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