A glossy-looking pic with a high-concept script ripe for a remake and a cast of well-known Spanish thesps.
Gracia Querejeta's buttoned-down, improbable film lurches across genres with all the tonal consistency of a rusted tuba.
SAN SEBASTIAN – Spain has chosen Gracia Querejeta's "15 Years Plus a Day" as its foreign-language Oscar submission. Winning best film and screenplay at April's Malaga Festival, Spain's biggest nation…
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