Els dies que vindran

The Days to Come

Lluís starts giggling when he takes a look at the pregnancy test, as does his girlfriend Vir. This really isn’t the time for parenthood. Is it? In no time, an abortion is on the agenda. But then Lluís starts expressing his doubts. And that’s how it starts, the nine-month period during which Vir and Lluís are deliriously happy one moment and on verge of disaster the next. Pure and honest, this is an intimate glimpse of future parenthood, not at least because protagonists Maria Rodríguez and David Verdaguer surrender themselves entirely to the process: during shooting, they really are expecting their first child. (International Film Festival Rotterdam)

Director's Biography
Carlos Marques-Marcet
Carlos Marques-Marcet, born in Spain in 1983, is a director, writer and editor. He studied audiovisual communication in Barcelona and received a Master's degree in film direction from UCLA School of Theater, Film and TV, in Los Angeles. He has directed ten short films that won numerous awards. His feature debut “10.000 km” won awards all over the world, including the Audience Award at Crossing Europe 2014. 

Film Selection: Els dies que vindran (The Days to Come, 2019) - Anchor and Hope (2017, CE'18) - 10.000 km (aka Long Distance, 2014, CE’14) - The Yellow Ribbon (2012, short) - El día que la conicimos (2012, doc short) - I’ll Be Alone (2010, short)
European Panorama Fiction 2019
Carlos Marques-Marcet
Spain 2019
97 minutes
Catalan / Spanish
OV with English subtitles
Screenplay Carlos Marques-Marcet, Clara Roquet, Coral Cruz
Cinematography Alex García
Editing Óscar de Gispert, Juliana Montañés, Ana Pfaff, Carlos Marques-Marcet
Sound/Sounddesign Borja Barrena, Diego Casares, Jonathan Darch, Dani Zacarías
Music Maria Arnal
With David Verdaguer Ruiz, Maria Rodríguez Soto, Albert Prat
Producer(s) Sergi Moreno, Tono Folguera, María Zamora, Stefan Schmitz
Lastor Media, Avalon P.C.
World Sales
Film Factory Entertainment
Austrian Premiere
World Premiere
International Film Festival Rotterdam 2019
Weltpremiere / Wolrd Premiere
International Film Festival Rotterdam 2019

Premierenstatus / Premiere Status
Austrian Premiere