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by Ventura Pons


Both larger-than-life and utterly down to earth, museum expert Ignasi Millet is introduced showing off his comically vast arsenal of prescription drugs. In a series of sparkling, rapid-fire conversations with close friends and immediate family, he examines his relationship with his parents – both of them renowned painters – as well as fatherhood, his fluidly gay identity, and his 14-year relationship with the mother of his two grown sons. He shares his provocative thoughts on art, religion, sex, Catalan independence and much more. It’s all intercut with playful footage of Ignasi trying on clothes and shopping for sex toys, as well as a matter-of-fact visit to an HIV clinic.

international title: Ignasi M.
original title: Ignasi M.
country: Spain
year: 2013
genre: documentary
directed by: Ventura Pons
film run: 87'
screenplay: Ventura Pons
cinematography by: Andalu Vila San Juan
film editing: Marc Matons
producer: Ventura Pons
production: Els Films de la Rambla
distributor: Alfa Pictures
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