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Gerone, the Venice of Spain (1912)
"Gérone, la Venise espagnole" (original title)

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17 September 1912 (USA)  »

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Released in the US as a split reel along with the comedy The Elopement (1911). See more »

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It makes you want to go for a visit.
12 February 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This last summer, I had a chance to visit Barcelona and thought it was one of the best places I've ever been--the food, the wine, the city--all were simply amazing. However, after seeing "Gerone, the Venice of Spain", I wish I'd taken some more time and gone on a day trip to nearby Girona. While the river in this documentary by Segundo de Chomón isn't very exciting (it looks like a trickle), the buildings are. Additionally, the homes and streets have a look about them that reminded me of Florence. I have never been to Venice, but expected to see more water and homes abutting canals--and this wasn't evident in this short documentary. It's not a brilliant film and I am sure a lot of other films like it were made around the same time, but it is an interesting time capsule and I am sure the city has changed remarkably in the hundred plus years since this was filmed. Well made and worth seeing.


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