Pau Miró freely rewrites the story of hate, envy, ambition and love for the theatre made into a classic by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
All About Eve, by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, is remembered for its highly cynical take on what goes on behind the scenes of theatre. Pau Miró has borrowed this universe to make a very free adaptation, exploring the relationship between life and theatre and portraying a profession that experiences its dedication to art with excessive transcendence, devotion and intensity. A mirror to reflect the virtues and weaknesses of the profession, of life and those who are so vulnerable that they only find refuge in vanities. A human story directed by Sílvia Munt –who has recently enjoyed many successes as a director – and starring Emma Vilarasau and Nausicaa Bonnín.