Genís Mayola talks to the Mataro filmmaker, writer and composer Lluís Josep Comeron

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In today's interview we have an important character from Mataró who, despite the temptations to move to Barcelona or even to settle in New York or Hollywood to develop his activity there, has never left the Maresme.

Lluís Josep Comeron i Martín was born in Mataró, where he has always wanted to live despite the temptations to move to Barcelona or even to settle in New York or Hollywood to develop his film activity there. Comeron has stood out for his career as a screenwriter and film director.

Genís Mayola, a member of Mataró Cultural, interviews Comeron with the intention of explaining who this important character from Mataró is. Comeron is an Honorary Member of the Catalan Film Academy, and has stood out for his career as a screenwriter and film director. But he has also been a writer and musician.

He was one of the young creators, in 1950, of the Cineclub Mataró, where film screenings and debates were held.

In his career, he stressed the importance of the script in low-budget films. The cost of the first of these, Long July night, which was shown in cinemas in 1974, was four million pesetas, when the average at the time was 20 million.

In the interview, Genís Mayola goes much further. Considering his relationship, by age and experiences, with Pau Casals, he asks Comeron for his idea of ​​the world and life.

With an active and versatile man, who turned 95 last August, the interview is short to talk about everything he has done, but in the last part of the conversation, you will also be able to know his facets of 'writer and composer.

Here you can listen to the entire program.

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