Producer: María Cruz Barroso and David Yáñez
Director / Scriptwriter: David Yáñez
Photography: Carlos González
Sound: Daniel Gracia and Christian S.R.
Editing: Carlos Ena and David Yáñez
Sound mix: Victor Garrido & Nacho Moya
VFX / Color: David Yáñez
Music: Luis Ferreiro
Kai Wu, Alina Nastase, Valentina Acevedo, Andrea Dueso, María Fillat and Ángel Salazar.
Wang Li-Sheng has met a Spanish girl on the Internet and has decided to leave everything behind and live his love story in Spain. Things don’t work out the way he expected and he eventually ends up with no girlfriend, no money and no passport, so he has to get by as an illegal immigrant in a country he knows nothing about.
About the film:
A movie is much more than a script (even if some people stay in denial). filmmaking is not about transcribing words into images. A movie is made with emotions, that’s the truly unique characteristic of cinema. Cinema allows us, for about two hours, to feel ome else’s emotions, being others. “Je est un autre” as Arthur Rimbaud said. For filmmakers many times filmmaking allow us to be who we were. To turn memories into solid state.
Side-B is a story about three youngsters coming from different parts of the world who are brought together by fate (or maybe fate and cassette tapes). I put on this film many of my experiences about living in different countries and cultures, about feeling a foreigner, about being alone in crowded places (It's very easy to feel loneny in a big city) and about meeting other foreigners as lonely as me. I think many of my stories talk about this actually. Mostly because "this" is kind of what my life is about.
Ariano International Film Festival, Italy
Madriff International Film Festival, Spain
Cinepobre Film festival - Best self funded film, Cuba
Salón Internacional de la Luz, Argentina
Jagran International Film Festival, India