KIKI, LOVE TO LOVE

US Premiere

DIRECTED BY Paco León

Country: Spain
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English
Original Title: Array

Running Time: 94min
Film Year: 2016
Category: Film

The summer sizzle intensifies the desires of sundry Madrid lovers in this playful and pleasurable comedy about self-actualization through sexual fulfilment. Across five separate stories, Kiki, Love to Love’s charismatic characters all share one thing in common: each possesses an unusual sexual impulse that they can no longer suppress! Determined to shed the self-imposed inhibitions prompted by their potentially ostracizing erotic tastes, these madrileños embark on a hilarious sequence of taboo-breaking sexcapades in a desperate quest to come to terms with their unruly libidos.

This blockbuster Spanish hit—it drew more than one million admissions in its home country—is a perfect match for the handsome, adorable and slightly daffy persona of its Goya-nominated writer-director and star, Paco León. Chemistry is key for León, as he perfectly casts some of Spain’s brightest young actors—including Miami Film Festival favorites Candela Peña and Alex Garcia—in this frothy cornucopia of mild fetishes and placid paraphilia set free. – Jaie Laplante

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credits

Director: Paco León
Producer: Ghislain Barrois, Álvaro Augustin, Andrés Martín
Screenwriter: Paco León, Fernando Pérez

Cinematographer: Kiko de la Rica
Editor: Alberto de Toro

Cast: Paco León, Candela Peña, Álex Garcia, Natalia de Molina, Anna Katz, Belén Cuesta, Luis Callejo, Luis Bermejo, Maria Paz Sayago, Alejandra Jiménez, David Mora

Paco León

Paco León is a popular Spanish actor, known for many roles in television and cinema, including Miami Film Festival hits Three Many Weddings (13) and We Are Pregnant (15). He received a Goya nomination for Best New Director for his feature directorial debut, Carmina or Blow-Up (12), starring his mother Carmina Barrios. A sequel followed, Carmina & Amen (14). Kiki, Love To Love (16) is his latest feature.