At the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, the nun Maria is forced to flee her convent. She takes refuge in a brothel, until it is liberated by a woman's anarchist group. Maria joins the group and eventually goes to the front. The women's group faces the problems of fighting not only the nationalists, but also factions on the left seeking to impose a more traditional military structure. Written by
Brian Rawnsley <email@example.com>
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I'm going to explain, so listen well. We don't see why the revolution is in the hands of only half the population. We are anarchists, but we are also women and we want to make our revolution. Not have men make it for us. We don't want a struggle designed to fit the male because we'll be fucked, as always. We want to fight so that we can claim our part in the share-out. And we want to make it clear that just now we're beside ourselves with joy and it would be a mistake to keep us at home ...
References Lumière et compagnie
de Joaquín Zamacois Soler
y Pedro Puche
(as Pedro Puche Lorenzo)
disco Odeón / canta 'Salud Ruiz'
cedido por Luis Gutiérrez Serante See more