Clara Rugaard, Ferdia Walsh-Peelo Star in Rodrigo Cortes’ ‘Love Gets a Room,’ From Nostromo (EXCLUSIVE)

This pictures “all kinds of artists (actors, musicians, writers) still performing, under the most unlikable circumstances, only to save their sanity, to stoke the art they deeply love, to engage in a civilizing, humanity-affirming exchange,” he added.
All the songs have been shot live and the sound of the original takes has been used, without playback. The lyrics of the songs have survived, with the music for the film being composed in the tradition of the musical theater of that time. The text of the play that is represented in the film is the original, as it was performed in 1942.
Clara Rugaard, a Sundance sensation for her performance “I Am Mother,” and Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, star of “Coda” and “Sing Street,” headline “Love Gets a Room,” a Warsaw Ghetto-set romantic musical drama directed by Rodrigo Cortés (“Buried,” “Red Lights”).
rights. Top Spanish independent A Contracorriente Films will release the film in Spain theatrically at the end of the year. Shot under the radar in order to magnify impact nearer to release when theaters return, said its producer Adrián Guerra, “Love Gets a Room” is produced and financed by Guerra’s Nostromo Pictures, with Lionsgate International handling international rights and CAA representing U.S.
Told in real time —as Rodrigo Cortés' acclaimed “Buried” – “Love Gets a Room” “engulfs the audience in an emotional adventure to discover a side of history never before told on film,” Guerra said.
Written by German bestseller writer David Safier (“Bad Karma,” “28 Days”) and Cortés, the film captures a group of actors as they perform in the heart of the Warsaw Ghetto, in a life or death context on a run-down stage, “Love Gets a Room," a real-life musical comedy that was written by playwright Jerzy Jurandot, a Polish Jew, and performed by a group of actors in the winter of 1942 at the Femina Theater in Warsaw.
“Safier discovered the existence of the original work and wanted to honor that beautiful achievement made by a group of actors now forgotten in the middle of the blackness,” Guerra told Variety.
“Love Gets a Room” captures Cortés on a roll, after the publication of his second novel, “The Extraordinary Years,” written in the great Spanish tradition of the absurd which became one of the unexpected literary hits this summer in Spain.” />

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