„Last Days (Los últimos días) is set in 2013 as a mysterious epidemic (a form of agoraphobia) spreads around the world, trapping the entire population indoors. Humanity develops an irrational fear of open spaces that causes instant death. As chaos descends on Barcelona, a man finds himself separated from his pregnant girlfriend and must fight his way across the city to save her and their baby…”
A movie directed by Àlex Pastor and David Pastor .
„An apocalyptic thriller, but this time set in Spain and shot in Spanish, probes far into the human consequences of living in the bizarre world it depicts : a vaguely specified cataclysm, possibly a volcanic eruption that may have spread noxious gases over the globe.The film boasts remarkable visuals: production designer Baltasar Gallart and set decorator Nuria Muni successfully find a sharp-edged beauty in this abandoned, digitally ravaged but very recognizable Barcelona.” – Variety
Directed, written by Àlex Pastor and David Pastor.
With: Quim Gutierrez, Jose Coronado, Marta Etura, Leticia Dolera, Ivan Massague, Pere Ventura.
(Spanish & Catalan dialogue)
Camera (color, widescreen) : Daniel Aranyo; editor : Marti Roca; music : Fernando Velazquez; production designer : Baltasar Gallart; set decorator : Nuria Muni; costume designers : Olga Rodal, Laura Gasa; sound (Dolby Digital) : Oriol Tarrago, Licio Marcos de Oliveira; re-recording mixers : David Calleja; visual effects : Ramon Cervera, Ramon Daza, Daniel de Madrid, Antonio J. Jimenez; stunt coordinator : Sergi Subira; associate producer : TV3, Oriol Sala-Patau; assistant director : Gerard Verdaguer; casting : Rosa Estevez. Reviewed at Yelmo Cines Ideal, Madrid, March 29, 2013. Running time: 102 min.
A Warner Bros. release of a Morena Films, Rebelion Terrestre, Antena 3 Films, Les Films Du Lendemain, production in association with TV3, La Sexta, Canal Plus Wild Bunch Films. (International sales: Wild Bunch, Paris.)
Produced by Mercedes Gamero, Alberto Marini, Pedro Uriol. Co-producers, Kristina Larsen, Vincent Maraval, Gael Nouaille.
“Los últimos días” (The Last Days) brings the apocalypse to Barcelona :