there is No doubt that one of the big event film of this year is the return of Alejandro Amenábar’s Spanish cinema. 15 years after sweeping with ‘the Sea inside‘ (the last Oscar-a Spanish production), the filmmaker brings us to ‘the duration of the war’, a drama set in the Spanish Civil War that promises to open wounds that are still unhealed in this country.
Movistar and Buena Vista International (Disney) launched the first advance just a month, but today we have the opportunity to discover the new trailer end of this ambitious production, which will be in cinemas the next September 27, after its presentation in the festivals of Toronto and San Sebastian.
Unamuno vs. Franco
Karra Elejalde leads a large and great cast that complemented Eduard Fernández, Santi Prego, Nathalie Poza, Patricia Lopez Arnaiz, Luis Bermejo, Tito Valverde, Inma Cuevas, Carlos Serrano-Clark, Luis Zahera, Ainhoa Santamaria, Mireia Rey, Luis Callejo, Dafnis Balduz, Jorge Andreu, Itziar Aizpuru, Pep Tosar and Miguel García-Borda.
The synopsis official tells us that ‘for the duration of the war’ leads us to the summer of 1936. The writer Miguel de Unamuno decides to publicly support the military rebellion that promises to bring order to the difficult situation that Spain is experiencing, being dismissed by the republican government as chancellor of the University of Salamanca. For its part, the general Frank get add their troops to the front in revolt and begins a triumphant campaign with the hope of striking it with the single command of the war…
The drift of bloody conflict and the imprisonment of some of their co-workers do that Unamuno begins to question his initial posture, and to weigh their principles. When Franco moved his headquarters to Salamanca, and it is appointed Head of the State of the national area, and Unamuno will come to his Palace, decided to make a clemency petition…
I am very curious to discover in what state becomes Alejandro Amenábar after stumbling with ‘Regresión‘ (2015) and the announcement of the lottery both gave that talk at the time, ‘Danielle‘ (2017). In addition to the staging, Amenábar has composed the music and is co-author of the script, written in collaboration with Alejandro Hernandez (who is not political Dictionary but the screenwriter of ‘The author‘ or ‘The day of tomorrow‘).
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The news ‘for the duration of the war’ presents its exciting trailer final: Amenabar takes us to the Spanish Civil War through Unamuno was originally published in Espinof by Juan Luis Caviaro .