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Synopsis

It’s been a year since Marc and Rachel booked a table at the best restaurant in the world, situated in an idyllic cove of Costa Brava. When it turns out that the booking is on the same date as the last night before the restaurant closes forever their booking becomes even more important. The thing is just that Marc and Rachel are no longer together and have been separated for a year. Not willing to miss this unique culinary event, however, they both decide to meet at the restaurant – and it becomes a night of nothing you would have expected.

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Starring

Stephen Rea; Fionnula Flanagan; Togo Igawa; Claudia Bassols

Directed by

Roger Gual

Written by

Roger Gual

Country Of Origin

Spain

Language

English / Catalan

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