Canciones para después de una guerra
|Canciones para después de una guerra|
|Directed by||Basilio Martín Patino|
|Written by||Basilio Martín Patino|
|Music by||Manuel Parada|
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.
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.
- EL SILENCIO OSCURO in encadenados.org (in Spanish)
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