Taking the current financial crisis as its backdrop, Terrados tells the story of a group of unemployed thirty-somethings who spend their days loafing on the city's rooftops. The friends are detached from day-to-day reality and disillusioned with the world of work. When Leo (played by the film's director Demian Sabini) is also made redundant, he finds himself at a challenging crossroads in his life: should he take his girlfriend's advice and get a corporate job or follow his own instincts?
Winner of the Audience Award at the 56th Valladolid International Film Festival in 2011 and Introduced by Dr Tom Whitaker, Lecturer in Hispanic Film Studies at Liverpool University
This event forms part of Iberian Week at the University of Liverpool
Produced in partnership with Liverpool University's School of Modern Languages and !VIVA
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