The Most Important Thing in Life is Not Being Dead
Jacobo has been repairing pianos for 40 years, all the while his wife has been secretly harboring her lover - political fugitive wanted by the Franco regime - in a secret basement beneath their house. The fugitive's presence keep the marriage, the household, and the community around them in a delicate balance until the day he can no longer remain an unseen presence.
- "…helmers Olivier Pictet, Pablo Martin Torrado and Marc Recuenco do often delight the eye and ear, their flair for whimsical meta-cinema at ties recallig early works by Jeunet & Caro and Jaco van Dormael, among others."
Awards & Recognition
Sitges Film Festival
Mill Valley Film Festival