Javier Beltran's Federico Garcia Lorca tells Matthew McNulty's Luis Bunuel why he can't live in Spain in a brand new clip of Robert Pattinson-starring drama 'Little Ashes'.
Another new clip from "Little Ashes" has been unraveled. This clip which is posted exclusively at Apple follows a conversation between Javier Beltran's Federico Garcia Lorca and Matthew McNulty's Luis Bunuel. In it, Lorca recalls his younger year in Spain and why his experience there makes him unable to live in the country.
Set against the backdrop of Fascist Spain in 1922, the Regent Releasing drama follows three of the era's most creative young talents, Salvador Dali, Federico Garcia Lorca and Luis Bunuel. Setting off on a course to change their world, the three form a bond when they meet at university. But, their friendship becomes strained as Dali and Lorca's relationship develops into an unusual love affair.
Taking its title from Salvador Dali's 1927-28 painting Cenicitas, "Little Ashes" stars Robert Pattinson as Dali, Javier Beltran as Lorca and Matthew McNulty as Bunuel. This drama film from director Paul Morrison has been premiered at the 16th annual Raindance film festival in London back in October. It will get its limited U.S. release on May 8.
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