Lock out (film)
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|Directed by||Antoni Padrós|
The recently restored film is an allegory of political oppression under Franco, with a plot alternating between narrative sequences and dream-like moments styled after the Spanish avant garde. Padros employs a range of musical forms including opera, scores, and choreography to underscore a plot featuring a group of dropouts living in a junkyard, who try to re-integrate with "The System" as represented by a party. Anarchy and absurdism are the stylistic veils covering this harsh criticism of the Franco regime.
- Forbidden Catalan Cinema at Film Society of Lincoln Center
- Clandesti: Forbidden Catalan Cinema Under Franco at Pragda
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