Sergio Wolf returns to the unattainable territory of his first film (I Don’t Know What Your Eves Have Done To Me) with a delicacy and grace that are both stimulating and unusual. I Will Live With Your Memories revolves around an obsession: a soundless scene discarded from that film becomes the engine for this new incursion by the director into the secret life of Ada Falcón, the early secluded and isolated singer, forgotten by everyone but a handful of compulsive aesthetes. Ada is no longer among the living, and those silenced words have become an enigma. The film is a poetic investigation on the possibilities of cinema when retrieving truth to the things we see on the screen, and reminds viewers of the power of persuasion of the image, that sensible magma where the dead dance and find their voices back.
In 1630s New England, William and Katherine lead a devout Christian life with five children, homesteading on the edge of an impassable wilderness, exiled from their settlement when William defies the local church.
Determined to prove herself, Officer Judy Hopps, the first bunny on Zootopia's police force, jumps at the chance to crack her first case - even if it means partnering with scam-artist fox Nick Wilde to solve the mystery.
Set after the events of Continental Drift, Scrat's epic pursuit of his elusive acorn catapults him outside of Earth, where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the planet.
Have you watched Viviré en tu recuerdo yet? What did you think about it?