Directed by Sara Gutiérrez Galve
Produced by Nanouk Films
Max is in his mid-thirties and lives with Emma, his intimate friend. An unexpected news makes lot of doubts and worries grow inside of Max pushing him to go out at midnight. The night she moves is the portrait of a friendship, their breakup and the strange and transforming walk through the night of Barcelona.
The night she moves could be defined as a spontaneous and sincere dramatic comedy. The plot introduces us into the intimate intimacy of Max and Emma to reflect on such absolute issues as friendship, love, relationships and coexistence. The tone that frames the film stands out for its freshness, the casual naturalness and the absurd and fantastic character of the mundane. The style is apparently white and friendly but has a more acidic and far-fetched background that appears as the film progresses and night falls.
The night she moves portrays Max and Emma and with them a conflict and a generational stage: a friendship, a way of feeling and this wandering that characterizes the vital state of today’s youth. That is why the film speaks directly to an audience of about 20-35 years and is at the same time seductive to those spectators with interest to understand contemporary forms of coexistence.