En la frágil sencillez del nuevo texto literario de David Trueba se esconde una hermosa lírica sobre la vida en la adolescencia. Por Ramón Rozas. Leer más
Every so often, a movie comes along whose characters are so vivid and moving that the ending brings a sad feeling, like saying goodbye forever. This feeling comes maybe once a year, but it happens with “Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed,” a Spanish film set in 1966. By the time it was over, I just wanted to stay there and follow the characters, find out what became of them, and how their lives turned out.