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On a trip to a small volcanic island, Fabiola becomes a spy for her home. She has no evidence or certainties, but her intuition tells him that not everything is what it seems. She is torn between fear of what she may find and the need for answers. How far can she delve into the privacy of others? How far do you lie to protect the people you love?

A film by Claudia Pinto Emperador
Spain, Holland, Belgium
Feature Film. Fiction. 96 min.

Juana Acosta, Alfredo Castro, María Romanillos
Carme Elias, Sonia Almarcha, Christian Checa
Con la colaboración especial de Héctor Alterio
Sin Rodeos Films | Las Consecuencias A.I.E
In co-production with N279 ENTERTAIMENT | Potemko | Érase una vez films
24 Festival de Málaga
Offical Section Feature Films
Silver Biznaga for Best Special Critic’s Jury Award
24 Festival de Málaga

Offical Section Feature Films
Silver Biznaga for Best Supporting Actress

Eurimages Award for Co-production Development
Selected project by Co-production Forum 65th San Sebastian Film Festival
Selected project by Marchè Du Film Cannes | Production Network Ventana Sur
Development Support Ibermedia Program
Script and Development Support Institut Valencià de Cultura
Selected project III Cima Mentoring

With support by
Radio Televisión Española
Institut Valencià de Cultura
Netherlands Film Fund | Netherlands Film Fund Incentive
À punt Mèdia
Televisió de Catalunya
Crea SGR

Claudia Pinto Emperador
Eduardo Sánchez Rugeles

Claudia Pinto Emperador

Claudia Pinto Emperador
Els Vandevorts

Peter de Maegd | Tom Hameeuw Ángeles Hernández | Elena Ruiz

Gabo Guerra

Production Designer
Floris Vos

Elena Ruiz

Vincent Barrière

International Sales Agent
Film Factory Entertaiment

“Each family lives with its own silences; in the elusive territory of the home there is a diffuse space about what we do not want to see or feel. The Consequences explores the inheritance of human emotions and animality. It is a film of false monsters (those that come to life in our heads) and of real monsters (those that we have in front of us and that sometimes we do not see) ”.

Claudia Pinto