Just like in 24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE, where Manchester was as much of a character as Joy Division, an outburst of artistic and cultural effervescence during the 90s placed Granada as the central point of Spanish independent rock and Los Planetas as the pioneering band that guided a movement. Not quite a biopic but focussing on the creative process of the recording of their iconic third album which also took them to NY, director Isaki Lacuesta (double San Sebastian winner and whose latest film ONE YEAR, ONE NIGHT played in Berlinale Competition) brings this story of sex, drugs and rock n roll when life was lived at the fullest. Written by Fernando Navarro (Netflix hits VERONICA, BELOW ZERO).
End of the 90s, an indie band is about to change the music scene. However, when Maite the bassist leaves and the guitarist enters a dangerous spiral of self-destruction from which it seems impossible to escape, they will live their worst moment. The responsibility for the survival of the band will now fall on the singer, who will also have to fight the reluctance of the record company, facing the complicated process of writing and recording a third album that can consolidate the group or destroy them forever. Based on true events.