The Gabarre-Mendoza family must come to terms with their changing lives as they face eviction from their illegal house in a Madrid slum. Forced to leave their self-built home because the land they live on has been sold, the different members of the family each struggle to adjust as the eviction process slowly unfolds. Told through fictionalised storylines performed by nonactors in their own community, La última primavera explores the notion that despite hardship and personal differences, optimism and love can survive.
Isabel Lamberti (Bühl, 1987) studied film theory and directing at the TISCH School of the Arts in New York and the Netherlands Film Academy. Her shorts Volando voy (2015), Amor (2017) and Father (2019) have won awards at film festivals worldwide. In 2018 she codirected the Dutch remake of the successful youth series Skam for public television. La última primavera is her debut feature.
Festival de Cine Internacional de San Sebastián - Premio Kutxabank New Directors