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The Paradoxes of Film and the Recovery of Historical Memory: Vicente Aranda's Works on the Spanish Civil War
Vol. 20, No. 4, Politics and Film (2008), pp. 501-507
Published by: Indiana University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27670749
Page Count: 7
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This essay contrasts the popular and artistically-respected films of the Catalan director Vicente Aranda, who is considered friendly to the legacy of Spanish anarchism, with other recent and past films on the Spanish civil war of 1936-39. It describes and evaluates Aranda's 'war trilogy:' Si te dicen que caí, 1989, (The Fallen, re-released as Aventis), the TV serial Los jinetes del alba, 1990 (Riders of the Dawn), and Libertarias, 1996.
Film History © 2008 Indiana University Press