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Luna de lobos (1987)

At the end of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), some Republican fighters continue to harass the victors with guerrilla operations. One of the zones of resistance were the mountains of León... See full summary »

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Julio Sánchez Valdés (as Julio Sanchez Valdes)
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Santiago Ramos ... Ramiro
Antonio Resines ... Ángel
Álvaro de Luna ... Gildo (as Alvaro de Luna)
Kiti Mánver ... María
Fernando Vivanco Fernando Vivanco ... Sargento
Cristina Collado Cristina Collado ... Juana
Jesús Cisneros Jesús Cisneros ... Juan (as Jesus Cisneros)
César Varona César Varona ... Capitán (as Cesar Varona)
Rubén Tobías Rubén Tobías ... Don José (as Ruben Tobias)
Enrique Navarro Enrique Navarro ... D. Manuel
Frank Braña ... Arriero
Angélica Heras Angélica Heras ... Hija del arriero
Felipe García Vélez ... Cuñado del arriero (as Felipe Velez)
Concha Leza Concha Leza ... Mujer D. José
Alicia Agut Alicia Agut ... Madre de Ángel
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At the end of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), some Republican fighters continue to harass the victors with guerrilla operations. One of the zones of resistance were the mountains of León. In the region of Riaño, half a dozen maquis maintain a very unequal fight against the Civil Guard. Ramiro, Santiago and Gildo, three militiamen, are persecuted by a patrol of the Benemérita under the control of a sergeant who is in love with the same woman that Ramiro. To get enough money to get them to France, the militiamen kidnap the owner of a mine and demand 150,000 pesetas in exchange for their freedom. Written by jsanchez

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Spain

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Spanish

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29 May 1987 (Spain) See more »

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Referenced in Sinatra (1988) See more »

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"maquis"
19 January 2007 | by pacoalbalateSee all my reviews

Hi David. I think "maquis" didn't fight for a free Spain, but for their lives. After the war, republican soldiers (specially "militiamen") were condemned to a sure dead by Franco's government. Nonevent they kept their idea of a free and democratic Spain.

I've read the book but I haven't see the film yet, and I would like it. It's a good way to know the adventures, risks, misery of these people and their families.

Do you know if it's available on DVD?

thanks and regards,

Paco


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