In 2015, director David Ilundain made a name for himself in Spanish cinema with his debut feature with a political bent, B, which scored him a Goya nomination for Best New Director. His second feature, One for All, cements his status as one of Spain’s great new cinematic voices.
An interim professor assumes the task of being a sixth-grade tutor in a town completely unknown to him. When he discovers that he has to reintegrate a sick student in the classroom, he encounters an even bigger problem: none of his classmates wants the boy to return to class.
Featuring a great lead performance from the heavily sought-after Spanish actor David Verdaguer (10,000 km, Summer 1993, I Can Quit Whenever I Want), this powerful drama expertly treats themes of self-improvement, hope, and forgiveness.
This screening is sponsored by HBO, FlixLatino, ViendoMovies Available with Xfinity, and by Fringe Partners.