Posted in Spanish film

A PERFECT DAY (2016)

A perfect day

A film by Fernando León de Aranoa

Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Tim Robbins, Olga Kurylenko, Mélanie Thierry

The film is set in the Balkans in 1995. Four humanitarian aid workers are confronted with a little problem. They are trying to get a dead body out of the well. You see it is going to contamited the well and the people of this little village are going to be without water if they do not get the body out… but UN rules expressly forbid aid workers from handling corpses. Mambrú (Benicio Del Toro) who failed to retrieve the body due to the fact that the rope broke is going to go on an adventure with B (Tim Robbins) to get rope.

Now you are going to say this is going to be boring, not so this is a small story with unfairnesses and injustices,  one subplot involves a local boy’s search for a new soccer ball that is immediately stolen by big kid bullies. Plus here is a  wonderful cast that infuses their frustrations to make things right. Yes they will be mines on the way, the bureaucracy that they are to deal with, the complicated relationships. Although their journey they will be joking around of course with dark humor. Well if you were on of them in order no to go crazy after the frustration that they have to find rope and deal with the people they will need some comic relief. Spanish filmmaker Fernando León de Aranoa who adapted the novel by Paula Farias has made a smart little satire, one that is satisfying in how it paints war itself as ridiculous.

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