A film by Jonás Trueba


A film by Jonás Trueba

Two couples in their thirties have heated discussions on the essentials of life unfolding between Madrid and the neighboring countryside, imbued with enchanting melancholy and gentle humor.

Status: Completed
Year: 2022
Genre: Dramatic comedy
Country: Spain

Language: Spanish
Available subtitles: English, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian
Runtime: 64 min
Original title: Tenéis que venir a verla



Jonás Trueba (Madrid, 1981) has written and directed the following feature films: “Every Song Is About Me” (2010), nominated for a Goya award for Best New Director; “The Wishful Thinkers” (2013), which won awards and praise from critics and audiences after its international festival tour; “The Romantic Exiles” (2015), winner of the Special Jury Award at the Málaga festival; “The Reconquest” (2016), part of the Official Selection at the San Sebastian Film Festival; “The August Virgin” (2019), Special Jury Mention and FIPRESCI Award at Karlovy Vary IFF and one of the Top 10 Films of 2020 according to Cahiers du Cinéma, and “Who’s Stopping Us” (2020), awarded with the Feroz Zinemaldia Award at San Sebastián IFF and the Goya for best documentary. He is also the author of the medium-length film “Miniaturas” (2011) and co-wrote the feature films “Más pena que Gloria” (2000) and “Vete de mí” (2005), both directed by Víctor García León, and “El baile de la Victoria” (2009), directed by Fernando Trueba and nominated for a Goya award for Best Adapted Screenplay. He juggles his career in cinema with teaching, and since 2013 he has been a member of the Cine en Curso team, an educational project about cinema in schools and colleges. In June 2022 he released his last film: “You Have to Come and See It”.


2022 You Have to Come and See It (64′)
2021 Who’s Stopping Us (220′)
2019 The August Virgin (125′)
2016 The Reconquest (108′)
2015 The Romantic Exiles (70′)
2013 The Wishful Thinkers (93′)
2010 Every Song Is About Me (97′)

Itsaso Arana
Vito Sanz
Francesco Carril
Irene Escolar

Director: Jonás Trueba
Screenplay: Jonás Trueba
Cinematography: Santiago Racaj
Editing: Marta Velasco
Sound: Álvaro Silva Wuth, Eduardo Castro
Executive producers: Javier Lafuente, Jonás Trueba
Production Company: Los Ilusos Films


Karlovy Vary International Film Festival | Crystal Globe Competition · Special Jury Prize
La Rochelle Film Festival
Espoo Ciné International Film Festival
San Sebastian IFF | Made in Spain
Zurich Film Festival | New World View: Spain
Black Canvas FCC | Our Days
Reykjavik International Film Festival | Spanish Waves
New York Film Festival | Currents
Busan International Film Festival | World Cinema
Cinespaña Toulouse · Best Direction
Film Festival Gent | Official Selection
Festival Cinéma Méditerranéen Montpellier
São Paulo International Film Festival | International Perspective
SEMINCI | Spanish Cinema
Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival | Another View
Belfast Film Festival | New Cinema
Leiden International Film Festival | Independent: Selections
Mar del Plata International Film Festival | Authors
Medfilm Festival | Official Competition
Cork International Film Festival | International Competition
European Film Festival – Stockholm
International Film Festival of Kerala | World Cinema


Festival du Cinéma Espagnol de Nantes
Habitat International Film Festival
Uruguay International Film Festival
Indie Lisboa | Silvestre Competition
Beldocs International Documentary Film Festival | Meteors
European Union Film Festival – Romania
Spanish Cinema Now – Washington, DC
EU Film Days Japan
London Spanish Film Festival
UnderDox | International Film Festival for Experiment & Document
Kyiv International Film Festival Molodist | Forma

Delightful, Gently Profound, Summery Spanish Snack.
A rich and refreshing meditation on friendship, philosophy, art, and ping-pong that suggests no film needs to run much longer than an hour.
Jessica Kiang, Variety

A characterful ramble powered by four terrific performances and witty dialogue rooted in the truth. It’s a pleasure to spend 64 mins with these four – and ultimately, the filmmakers responsible for introducing us to them.
Anna Smith, Deadline

A minimal but empathetic film, sensitive and agile, intimate and somewhat sad, alive and contradictory.
Alfonso Rivera, Cineuropa