Far from the Trees
|Far from the Trees|
|Directed by||Jacinto Esteva Grew|
A documentary told as a travelogue and intent on exposing the intense poverty of areas of Spain outside of the touristic eye, Far from the Trees is considered by some a successor to Luis Buñuel's Land Without Bread. As a political statement, the film is a protest to the image of a newly modernized Spain being promoted by Franco.
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