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by Ainara Vera


Seventeen Franciscan sisters, all deep into their eighties, collectively run a convent somewhere in Spain. They begin at dawn with their religious duties and more worldly tasks such as mopping and sewing. While the passing conversations do cover biblical questions, they also touch on life’s more banal subjects. In between, the sisters prepare for a birthday and judge the persimmon harvest. The camera is often set up in shadowy halls with doors from which sisters appear and disappear. The filming is as patient as the women themselves have become over the years. In the past these sisters traveled the world to help people, but now their world is small. With their ends in sight, they're continually surprised by the changing outside world. Will their charitable and contemplative lifestyle continue to exist after they’re gone?

international title: See You Tomorrow God Willing
original title: Hasta mañana, si Dios quiere
country: Spain
sales agent: First Hand Films
year: 2017
genre: documentary
directed by: Ainara Vera
film run: 61'
screenplay: Ainara Vera
cinematography by: Ainara Vera
film editing: Ainara Vera
co-producer: Tone Grøttjord, Anita Rehoff Larsen
executive producer: Pablo Iraburu, Ainara Vera
line producer: Itziar García Zubiri
production: Arena Comunicación
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