Another year of the Spanish Goyas
, the spanish equivalent to the Oscars, and you would think everybody would be speaking about movies. Once again, they aren't. Even if last year, there was a good reason for doing so, a night that should have been the night of the spanish cinema has been dubbed the night of the stickers
. Everybody was talking about a documentary which didn't even get an award (probably because it didn't deserve it).
The problem is that the spanish cinema is losing viewership by the millions. I don't know if there's a solution to it, but converting an awards ceremony into a political platform is closer to being a problem than being a solution.