Last updated on August 17, 2020
Adu 2020 originally know as “Adú” is a 1h 59min Drama film release on the 31st of January, 2020 in Spain. This film is directed by Salvador Calvo and written by Alejandro Hernández.
This film features the following stars: Luis Tosar, Álvaro Cervantes and Anna Castillo. It is all about “Three people, three stories, one thing in common: Africa.
In the coastal autonomous city of Melilla (located in north Africa but belonging Spain), Mateo is a Civil Guard with the task to protect the barb wire which divides the city of the rest of Africa to avoid the entering of African immigrants to Spain.
During a mass attempt a night, Mateo is witness about as his partner Javi hits with his club in the head to an immigrant named Tatu, falling of the barb wire to the ground and dying in the fall, causing the rage in the rest of immigrants that seen it Ada 2020.
At the same time, in a reservation of Mbouma, Senegal, Gonzalo is a Spaniard working as external advisor to prevent the killing of elephants by poachers, who arrives too much late to save the most important elephant of the reservation.
Unaware for him, this killing causes that the child Alika and his younger brother Adu be forced to flee from their little town in Mbouma pursued by poachers, after that they were accidental witnesses of the killing. While in Melilla Mateo doubts between saying
- Luis Tosar
- Álvaro Cervantes
- Anna Castillo
- Moustapha Oumarou
- Miquel Fernández
- Jesús Carroza
- Adam Nourou
- Zayiddiya Dissou
- Ana Wagener
- Nora Navas
- Issaka Sawadogo
- Bella Agossou
- Josean Bengoetxea
- Eliane Chagas
- Koffi Gahou
- IMDB Link: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9616700/
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Adu 2020 User Review
A Spanish drama. Spectacular Quality It is about a boy who seeks to leave Africa for witnessing a moment of illegal hunting and how his family is attacked by this situation, in fact it shows the success in being able to reach Europe, although he has two other stories that indirectly contribute to the plot. Adú’s is the central one.
He talks about the odyssey that migrants live and everything they have to suffer to try to achieve a better life. Raw Current. Moustapha Oumarou’s performance is extraordinary.
It is spoken in Spanish, English, French and dialects. With emotional moments and other heartbreaking ones. Did you read “We are all displaced” from Malala Yousafzai? Well this easy one can be one of many immigrant stories that the book handles.
The only problem with the film is that two or three special effects are not entirely achieved.