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May Your Will Be Done

Country: Spain, Language: Spanish, 98 mins

Original Title

Hágase tu voluntad
  • Director: Adrián Silvestre
  • Writer: Adrián Silvestre
  • Producer: Sergi Cameron, Laura Collado, Ventura Durall, Mercedes Gamero, Ramon Lara, Rosa Pérez, Jordi Évole

CGiii Comment

The microcosm of family is a space where, as demonstrated time after time, the most unique, bizarre, unexpected stories can fit in. In May Your Will Be Done such a story includes filmmaker Adrián Silvestre's family story - adding a bunch of layers to its dynamic, despite none of them striving for sensationalism or emotional voyeurism. In the film's heart is Ricardo, a former bon-viveur pushing the boundaries of recklessness. After having suffered two strokes, and ending up ill and half-blind, he is now seeking euthanasia. However, before he dies, he wants to reconcile with his two sons because throughout the years he allowed their relationship to fade. Adrian decides to help him achieve it, capturing in the meantime the journey of different people towards a common place, and speaking emotionally yet humorously, and lightly yet profoundly about mistakes and forgiveness, the passing of the times, choices and their impact, as well as the unseen ties that bind together a family.

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Cast & Characters

Adrián Silvestre (as Self)