This mystery, comedy film is co-produced by Antonio Asensio and Paloma Molina and will stream on Netflix in November. Here's everything you need to know about this Dario Yasbek Bernal's thriller.
In a still from spanish film "I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me"
I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me is yet another intriguing movie from the director of ‘I’m No Longer Here,’ Fernando Fria. The crime-caper film will unfold its thrilling tale from a Mexican lens on the OTT streaming platform in November.
When and where to watch
Fans can stream this suspenseful Spanish movie on Netflix this coming Thursday, 22 November. The official trailer was unveiled last month and reflected on the main character, Juan Pablo, and his turning point leading to a sinister, criminal world. The movie is based on the novel of the same name by Juan Pablo Villalobos.
Plot and Cast
The story unfolds when the male protagonist Juan Pablo Villalobos, led by Dario Yasbek Bernal embarks on a new journey with his girlfriend Valentina, played by Natalia Solian to study literature in Spain.
According to the official synopsis, Juan Pablo leaves his city for a PhD degree in Literature in the Spanish city of Barcelona. However, his twisted fate gets him involved in a criminal world, which serves as an inspiration to this wannabe writer.
"But before he leaves Mexico, he gets involved in a criminal network, which inspires him to write the novel of his dreams, while his life takes absurd and sinister turns," read the synopsis.
Other notable characters are performed by a talented cast of supporting actors, like Anna Castillo, Alba Ribó, Juan Minujín, Juan Carlos Remolina, and Clara Roquet.
In the crafty trailer, we get a glimpse of an aspiring writer, who is living the life of a dream while battling the mob bosses of a Mexican mafia gang. His tangled life also hints at personal crisis, and some conflicted young romance.
This mystery, comedy film is co-produced by Antonio Asensio and Paloma Molina and will stream on Netflix in a couple of days.