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Lahbiba El Basraoui
Joaquin comes back to Granada in the eighties trying to find out about something happened when he was a child and the Spanish Civil War was going on. He helped an unknown man who survived after being executed. He finds the man, Galapago, who is now quite old, poor and with almost no memory. Joaquin takes care of him and finds hints that point to Galapago as Federico García Lorca. Written by
I saw this film on a plane and i thought it was going to be a crap movie, but it wasnt. It´s a very interesting film about how sometimes it´s better to bury the past and not try to open some past doors. It´s not the perfect movie but yes a nice one. If you like poetry, you will like it.
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