Adrià Pagès Molina
Irene is a teenager who lives with her mother, Pilar, and her grandma, Mari?a, in a flat in a humble neighborhood. One day, Mari?a begins to behave strangely: she seems much happier than usual, makes a lot of jokes and tells weird stories of youth about rock tours, excesses and groupies... Until she finally declares: “I’m Ringo Starr”.
Spain, 1987 Adrià Pagès Molina was born in Barcelona on October 6, 1987. He completed the Journalism Degree at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB) and, after graduating in 2010, he started the Degree in Film and Audiovisual Media at Escuela Superior de Cine y Audiovisuales de Cataluña (ESCAC). He graduated in 2016, specializing in Film Direction. As a director, Adrià has made very diverse student films, always trying to mix realism with genre film (specially horror and comedy); and with the desire of giving his vision about life in the most original way. The clearest example is his Final Degree Project, Ringo, short film about a grandma who claims to be Ringo Starr. This time Adrià, in addition to writing and directing, also composed and performed the original soundtrack