‘Four’s a Crowd’
Filmax will also present Alex de la Iglesia’s shook-up black comedy “Four’s a Crowd” (“El cuarto pasajero”), a wayward romance tale that takes a dark turn, to industry peers at Argentina’s Ventana Sur this week in Buenos Aires.
Screening at Ventana Sur’s Puerto Madero Cinemark, “Four’s a Crowd” is described by Filmax as a “wild romantic comedy.” It turns on Julián, a 50-year-old divorced man who starts to use an app to share his car with strangers and most especially Lorena, a young woman with whom Julian would like to share much more.
He’s about to open up to Lorena when he’s lumbered unexpectedly with a fourth passenger, possibly the most annoying person on the planet, who sparks a radical change in the course of events.
A comedy of frustration in the grand Spanish tradition of Luis Berlanga, Rafael Azcona and Marco Ferreri, “Four’s a Crowd” forms part of a notable Spanish film box office rally in Spain, grossing €3.2 million ($3.3 million) and counting.
By Variety - See full article here