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The triptych is closed with Water-Mirror of Granada, which according to Amos Vogel is “an explosive, cruel, and deeply passionate piece; a silent cry that constitutes a mystical evocation of Spain’s nightmare. With echoes of Buñuel’s Land Without Bread, it manages to transmit anxiety and nameless terror. One of the masterpieces ignored by world cinema.” Cinematographic poetry that emerges from the fountains of the Alhambra.

Section: José Val del Omar
Thursday 16 - 14:30 h
Teatro San Martín Room: L. Lugones
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Sunday 19 - 17 h
Teatro San Martín Room: L. Lugones
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English title: Water-Mirror of Granada
Year: 1952-55
Format: 35mm
Color: B&N + Color
Minutes: 21
Seconds: 0

Team:

D, G, F, E, DA, S, P: José Val del Omar

M: José Val del Omar, Manuel de Falla


Cast:

Teófilo Martínez, Pepe Albaicín, Juan Gómez Leal, Señorita Chon, Julián Goya


Contact:

Archivo María José Val del Omar
& Gonzalo Sáenz de Buruaga. Piluca Baquero
T +34 662 155 284 E pilucabaquero@gmail.com W valdelomar.com


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