WHO’S IN IT?
Antonio Aakeel (Eaten by Lions), Óscar Casas (The Orphanage), Virgile Bramly (Alleycats), Ezra Khan (Trespass Against Us), Alice Sanders (How to Talk to Girls at Parties), Julius Fleischanderl (Sami Blood), Laura Frederico (We Are Watching You), Tábata Cerezo (Altamira), Quintessa Swindell (film debut), Isabel Guardiola (The Little Switzerland), Leticia Marín (film debut), Léo Bourgouin (film debut), Laura Dafne (film debut), Isabelle Scott (film debut), Giovanni Battaglia (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Abid Khan (film debut), director, writer, producer; Andrea Boccadoro (Speaking in Tongues), composer; Ossi Jalkanen (film debut), cinematographer; Fiona Brands (Prophets), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Ben (Aakeel), a young British-Pakistani man whose heart has just been broken by his ex-girlfriend Helen (Sanders), travels to the Spanish city of Granada to get over his loss. He ends up befriending a group of teenage backpackers, who help him develop a sense of belonging and purpose as he’s pushed further and further out of his comfort zone…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
It probably seems like ages before we can all safely jet off to find ourselves in different countries once again, but Granada Nights – a lively and fun coming-of-age story – gives us plenty to look forward to if its blissful use of the titular location is any indication.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
FRIDAY 28TH MAY 2021
WHERE CAN I FIND IT?
IN CINEMAS NATIONWIDE