This documentary is a cinematographic piece of art. Sonia Herman Dolz - whom I have been lucky enough to meet - has a tremendous sense of color, and how it should be used. The yellows of dust and sand and the reds of cloth and blood are leading throughout the film. The story is told as it really is, and no judgment is passed upon the people in the film. One can see the romantic beauty of bull-fighting from their point of view, and as outsider one can easily be nauseated by this form of entertainment. I for one was surprised by the impact bull-fighting has on everyday-life in Spain. It really seems to be a way of life. Everybody has something to do with it. From the Bull-farmer to the butcher, everyone is filmed and tells their own story.
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