Director: Esteban Crespo
Writers: Esteban Crespo, Mario Fernandez Alonso
Stars: María Pedraza, Pol Monen, Natalia Tena
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Plot: Laura and Carlos love each other as if every day is their last. Driven by the desire to determine her own life and to break free from the control of her mother, Laura dreams of getting pregnant. Both search for their place in this world, but one year later and a little more mature, their deep passion is only a memory.
Like the most eye-catching Caravaggio paintings, Esteban Crespo’s Amar emphasizes the obscene and the sublime, the bad and the beautiful. It’s a Spanish love story, one that’s driven by intimacy and the overwhelming energy that can manipulate rational thinking. There’s a 10-minute, sex-themed introduction with no nudity, and the main characters don’t philosophize about the meaning of love. Amar is passionate without being pretentious.
In the beginning, there is light — striking, effervescent light. On her birthday, former village girl Laura (María Pedraza) meets up with her city boyfriend, Carlos (Pol Monen), who brings a surprise gift; a sex toy that’s intended to spice up their romance. In the moment, Laura and Carlos trust each other; they connect. After an unexpected visitor briefly disrupts the experience, the couple stays committed. It’s a powerful opening sequence, both tasteful and telling. But when Laura discovers some unfortunate bathroom art at school, a secret becomes common knowledge amongst friends. And when her divorced mother cheats with her ex-husband, the concept of “loving” takes over the girl’s thoughts. Oh, and Laura might be pregnant, too. She seems content, and her friends appear more curious than concerned.
Amar starts on a high, as the scene that opens it, shot in a clean room flooded with light and bright colours, shows the absolute devotion, with no prejudice or fear, of a young heterosexual couple: Laura and Carlos, as they bravely experiment with their sexuality, placing blind faith in one another. But purity is fragile, as the minutes and sequences that follow show: society, friends, and that big school of life and behaviour that is family tarnish and cast a shadow over that which seemed so pure, strong and indissoluble.
Without stooping to morbidity or carnal exhibitionism, Crespo introduces his camera into the intimate relationship between these two young people who believe they’ve each found the love of their lives, with their recognisable moments of escape, protest, doubt, impetuosity and rebellion that come with it. Carlos and Laura are two kids entering into adulthood, leaving behind their delusions, dreams and truths to slowly but surely embrace contradiction, trickery and betrayal. And so the light we see at the beginning of Amar gradually fades away, as the characters enter more industrial, dark and chaotic environments and situations. Welcome to the real world.
Despite this inevitable descent into darkness, Crespo’s view of his characters has an air of respect, affection and a certain nostalgia; because even though that sense of possession and the concept of together forever that we share the first time we love and are loved can be suffocating, once it is over no one can ever take it away from us. Laura and Carlos mature and lose faith in pure feelings, but will always remember those moments they spent together as one, unique, pleasant, and once in a lifetime. Many viewers will do the same watching them love one another as if there were no tomorrow, in an Amar that finally heralds the first foray into feature film for Esteban Crespo, who won a Goya and was nominated for an Oscar with his short film Aquél no era yo.
Amar is a production by Avalon P.C., Filmeu and Amar la Película AIE, made in partnership withTVE, ICAA, ICO, Filmin and Generalitat Valenciana. The screenplay was written by the director with Mario Fernández Alonso. The cast is completed by Natalia Tena, Gustavo Salmerón, Greta Fernández, Antonio Valero and Nacho Fresneda. Ángel Amorós is director of photography. Avalon D.A. is distributing the film in Spain, whilst Global Screen will handle sales…………….……...…….Enjoy more Latest Hollywood Drama Movies Collection at downloadlatestmovies.