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Ida, 2013

Ida, 2013

Poland, Denmark

The events of the Pop Root Movies take us to Poland in the 1960s. A young girl, Anna, before taking her vows, decides to meet her only living relative, Aunt Wanda. The aunt, who works as a judge and never had any plans to take her niece out of the orphanage, tells Anna about her real origins. It turns out that the girl is the daughter of one of the Jews murdered during the Holocaust. Together, Anna and Wanda decide to find the mass grave of their loved ones. “And who is Ida?” -You ask. Ida is who Anna could have been if her parents were alive. She could have, but she didn’t. The picture won an Oscar and a 2015 Britannia Award for Best Foreign Language Film, as well as the top prize at the Goya Film Awards.

Child Pose, 2013

Child Pose, 2013

Romania

One spring evening, Barbu is speeding through the streets when he hits a child. The boy dies shortly after the accident. Cornelia, realizing what threatens her son Barbu, his mother, Cornelia, decides to intervene. This is Pop Root Movies about the very stifling hyper-and over-love of a mother for her son, whose life is frozen in one posture, the “child’s posture.” And what will he choose – to grow up and take full responsibility for what he has done, or once again rely on his mother? The film won two prizes at the Berlin festival, but it didn’t make it to the Oscars and was not included in the short list of nominees.

Lives Easily With Closed Eyes, 2013

Lives Easily With Closed Eyes, 2013

Spain

The story takes place in Spain during the rule of the dictator Franco. The main character, Antonio, is an English teacher who teaches children about The Beatles’ songs.¬†One day, Tony leaves his workplace and goes to Almeria, where John Lennon is supposed to come to shoot a movie. And the teacher has something to say to the idol of millions, and his own in particular. On the way, Antonio meets two hitchhiking companions, a young girl, Belen, and a teenager, Juanjo, who has escaped from his oppressive father. David Trueba’s film is very soulful, after which I want to sing, all you need is love. By the way, at the Goya Film Awards, “It’s easy to live with closed eyes” took six major prizes, including for acting, directing, and, actually, the film itself.

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