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Saturn Return

Country: Spain, France, Language: Spanish, 109 mins

Original Title

Segundo premio
  • Director: Isaki Lacuesta, Pol Rodríguez
  • Writer: Isaki Lacuesta, Fernando Navarro
  • Producer: Gonzalo Bendala, Paola Botrán, Roberto Butragueño, Cristóbal García, Fernando Navarro, Fidel Pérez, Marta Velasco

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A rock group has to record their third LP, the one that will make them rise to stardom or fall into oblivion. Their idea, despite the reluctance of the executives, is that the recording takes place in NY, but everything gets complicated and the creative process becomes hell. Defections of band members, romantic breakups, rehearsals in which drugs and alcohol flow in abundance, and the unbearable pressure of the record company generate endless fights and arguments only alternated by small moments of happiness. Meanwhile, without knowing it, they will be composing an album that will mark an entire generation.


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Cast & Characters

Jan Caplin (as Jérôme)
Cristalino
Sebastián Haro (as Producer)
Daniel Ibáñez
Mafo
Stéphanie Magnin
Daniel Molina
Los Planetas (as Themselves)
Eduardo Rejón
Chesco Ruiz