Canciones para después de una guerra

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Canciones para después de una guerra
Directed by Basilio Martín Patino
Written by Basilio Martín Patino
Music by Manuel Parada
Release date
1971
Running time
115 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

Canciones para después de una guerra ("Songs for after a war") is a 1971 Spanish documentary film directed and written by Basilio Martín Patino based on post-war Spain. It was done in secret in 1971 and was not released until 1976, shortly after the death of Francisco Franco.

Description[edit]

The film consists on a series of archival footage, all previously approved by the Francoist censorship, with popular songs of the time that give a second meaning, often satirical, to what is displayed.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ EL SILENCIO OSCURO in encadenados.org (in Spanish)

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