You will find below the first press reviews following its San Sebastian premiere.
“A powerful study of an extended real-life family on the outskirts of Madrid, facing the tumult of being rehomed by the authorities”
“The revelation of a brilliant and lucid filmmaker. A luminous debut feature with a strong sense of narrative rhythm”
“An affectionate portrait of a community out of place imbued with authentic emotion and entirely without artifice. Last Days of Spring celebrates an act of resistance”
“Having found the right point of balance in terms of distance from its subjects,Last Days of Spring is very moving”