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Ana and David say goodbye like any other day. However, something extraordinary happens; something that alters Ana’s reality and changes everything completely.

“YOU WILL NEVER BE BACK” by Mónica Mateo

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Ana – Ximena Vera
David – Chumo Mata
Lucía – Laura de Pedro
Paco – Darío Paso
Señora Morales / Mrs. Morales – Juana Andueza
Conserje / Concierge – Carolo Ruiz
Madre (voz) / Mother (voice) – Val Nuñez Roldán
Padre (voz) / Father (voice) – Ángel Pueblas de la Torre
Doble de Ana / Ana´s Double – Alicia Tomé

Guion y dirección / Writer and Director – Mónica Mateo
Ayudante de dirección / 1st Assistant Director – Mª José Martín

Producción ejecutiva / Executive Producer – Mónica Mateo
Dirección de producción / Line Producer – Mónica Mateo
Jefatura de producción / Production Manager – Cristina Martín
Ayudante de producción / Production Assistant – Andrea Martí
Auxiliar de producción / Production Assistant – Rafa García
Asistente de producción nocturna / Night Production Assistant – Gonzalo Visedo

Director de Fotografía / Director of Photography – Willy Jáuregui
Foquista / Focus Puller – Paolo Scirè
Auxiliares de cámara / Camera Assistants – Jaione Aguirre & María Salto
Técnico de vídeo / Video Technician – Nacho Armentera
Operador de movi / Movi Operator – Flyandbee Camera Services SL
Jefe de eléctricos / Gaffer – Álex Arteaga
Eléctricos / Electricians – Sara Cortés, Laura Hojas, & Jaime Mangas

Diseño de producción / Production Designer – Mónica Mateo
Diseño de decorados y escenografía / Set Designer – Mario Vila Quelle
Dirección de arte / Art Director – Begoña Olavarrieta G.
Construcción y montaje de decorados / Set construction and assembly – Guillermo Diego, Guillermo Borreguero, Néstor Alonso
Decoración y ambientación / Decoration – Ana Portillo & Eva Barroso
Atrecistas de rodaje /Art Department Assistant – Paula Martín-Sanz & Guillermo Diego
Desmontaje de decorados / Demolition of sets – Guillermo Borreguero & Mercedes Moral

Técnico de sonido directo / Production Sound Mixer – Italcom Sound Services SL
Microfonista / Boom Operator – Carlos Villa

Jefa de maquillaje y peluquería / Make-up & Hairdressing – María Soláns (Mery Make up)
Auxiliar de maquillaje y peluquería / Make-up & Hairdressing Assistant – Sonia Arriba

Jefe de vestuario / Costume Designer – Gustavo Adolfo Hernández

Montaje / Film Editor – Mónica Mateo
Compositor musical / Music Composer – Roly Witherow
Diseño, edición y mezcla de sonido / Sound Designer, Editor and Re-Recording Mixer – Roberto HG (Finding the sound)
Etalonaje / Color Grading – Makers Studio SL (Fran Cóndor)
Efectos visuales / Visual Effects – Diestro de la Vega SL

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Creating content that resonates and impacts pop culture conversation, by empowering creators to take risks and experiment relentlessly in the pursuit of novel stories and formats.

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