Made under the Franco regime, Victor Erice’s astonishing debut is quite simply one of the most remarkable films to emerge from the 1970s. A bona-fide classic, the film brought Erice instant acclaim. An audacious critique of the disastrous legacy of the Spanish Civil War, set in a rural 1940s Spanish village haunted by betrayal and regret.
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