The Festival of New Spanish Cinema brings Nothing in Return to Chicago this weekend. Sign up below for a chance to win a pair of tickets.
What's the movie about?
In A cambio de nada (Nothing in Return) Daniel Guzmán makes his directing debut with this high-spirited tale of disaffected youth. Bright, rebellious teenager Dario, expelled from school and estranged from his battling parents, runs away from home. He forms a surrogate family on the streets of Madrid with his hefty best friend Luismi, the avuncular auto mechanic Justo, and the elderly junk-dealer Antonia. When Justo gets into trouble with the law, Dario launches a series of ill-fated schemes to bail him out. Upbeat but not sappy, Guzmán’s film is a love letter to Madrid.
When is the screening?
Nothing in Return is playing on Thursday, March 17 at 8 pm and Friday, March 18 at 8 pm.
Where is the screening?
Gene Siskel Film Center (164 N. State Street. Chicago, IL)
How can I win tickets?
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