A woman walks by her home and finally takes a shower – She buy colored fabrics in a trade. A man visiting a post office – Succession of scenic pictures and semi-autonomous fading almost always unexpected. A series of situations or suite, though apparently unrelated, revolve around a thematic development that gives body and drive the story without resorting to the use of an anecdote as plot continuity.
The narrative approach of Nocturn 29 is based on a series or suites of apparently unconnected situations, that always turn around the development of a subject that gives “body” and unity to the story without resorting to the use of an anecdote as plot continuity. At the center of its story, Nocturn 29 has a main character (Lucía Bosé), whose presence is like a linking thread through which the spectator manages to reach a thematic coherence and the meaning of the film, with a broken view, syncopated and caustic, but also poetic. It is a realistic film in the sense that when speaking of realism I am always referring to a realism in results. This is what makes it coherent.
Subtitles:English, Spanish, French (muxed)