Cesc Gay's new film, starring Ricardo Darín and Javier Cámara, revolves around the relationship between two friends: Julian receives an unexpected visit from his friend Tomás, who lives in Canada. For four intense days, the two men, accompanied by Julian's faithful dog, Truman, will share emotional and surprising moments prompted by Julián's complicated situation.
Cesc Gay (Barcelona, 1967) is a director and screenwriter remarkable for the depth of his look into the people he portrays. A look characterised by its irony and sense of humour when focussed on the weaknesses of human beings. He studied Film in Barcelona and New York, where he co-directed with Daniel Gimelberg his first feature film, Hotel Room (1998), presented in San Sebastian Festival’s Zabaltegi section. Since then, he has directed Krámpack (2000), En la ciudad (In the City, 2003), with which he competed in the Official Selection of the Festival, Ficció (2006) and Una pistola en cada mano (2012).