Clara Rugard, a Sundance Sensation for her performance in “I’m Mom”, and “Koda” and “Singh Street” star Ferdia Walsh-Pilo, titled “Love Gates Room”, buried in Warsaw Ghetto-set romantic musical drama Rodrigo Curtis (” , “” Red lights “).
Shot under the radar to increase the impact of release near theaters, its producer Adrian Guerra said “Love Gates A Room” was created and funded by Guerrero’s Nostromo Pictures, where Lionsgate International manages international rights and represents U.S. rights. CAA. Top Spanish independent A Contracorriente Films will release the film dramatically in Spain later this year.
Written by German bestselling author David Sapphire (“Bad Deeds,” “28 Days”) and Curtis, the film captures a group of actors as they perform at the heart of Warsaw Ghetto, a stage in life or death, “Love Gets a House,” a real-life musical. The comedy was written by playwright Georgi Jurandot, a Polish Jew, and starred at the Femina Theater in Warsaw in the winter of 1942.
“Safia discovered the existence of the original work and wanted to honor the beautiful achievement of a group of actors that is now forgotten in the dark,” Guerra said. Diversity.
The drama that is represented in the film is the original, as it was served in 1942. The lyrics have survived, the music of the film has been composed in the tradition of the music theater of that time. All songs were shot live and the original words were used without playback.
As Rodrigo Curtis’s acclaimed “tomb” says in real time – “love finds a home” “engulfs viewers in an emotional thrill to discover an aspect of history that has never been told in a film before,” Guerra said.
These images are “artists of all kinds (actors, musicians, writers) still performing in the most unpleasant situations, only to save their conscience, to grasp the art they deeply love, to engage in a civilized, humanity-guaranteed exchange,” he added. Done
“Love Gates a Room” cast Curtis in a role, written in the wake of the remarkable Spanish tradition following the publication of his second novel, The Extraordinary Years, which became an unexpected literary hit in Spain this summer.