Love and Revolution

Wed 27 Sep
Festivals & Series

Seville, 1977. In a Spain new to democracy, when homosexuality was still considered either as an illness or a crime, recently widowed Reme lives with her son, Miguel. She carries on the made to measure suits business left by her late husband, while he is going to be the first member of the family to go to university. But what Miguel actually loves is singing….

Inspired by Te estoy amando locamente, a very popular song in 70s Spain, this cheeky coming-out comedy depicts the fight for LGBTQI+ rights at that time.


As part of the London Spanish Film Festival

Special Q&A

Screening followed by a Q&A with director Alejandro Marín and actress Ana Wagener