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Bucharest, Memory Lost (2008)

Bucarest, la memòria perduda (original title)
A documentary about memory. From within a double exile, it follows the personal pursuit of Albert (a journalist born in exile in 1962) to recuperate his own roots.


Albert Solé


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Credited cast:
Carlos Arias Navarro Carlos Arias Navarro ... Himself (archive footage)
Jordi Borja Jordi Borja ... Himself
Santiago Carrillo Santiago Carrillo ... Himself
Carmen Claudin Carmen Claudin ... Herself
Juan Carlos de Borbón Juan Carlos de Borbón ... Himself (archive footage)
Sofía de Grecia Sofía de Grecia ... Himself (archive footage)
Manuel Fraga ... Himself
Francisco Franco ... Himself (archive footage)
Felipe González Felipe González ... Himself (archive footage)
Dolores Ibárruri Dolores Ibárruri ... Herself (archive footage)
Jordi Pujol ... Himself
Sergi Pàmies Sergi Pàmies ... Himself
Jorge Semprún ... Himself
Jordi Solé Tura Jordi Solé Tura ... Himself
Albert Solé Albert Solé ... Himself


"Bucharest" is a documentary about memory. From within a double exile, it follows the personal pursuit of Albert (a journalist born in exile in 1962) to recuperate his own roots. His father, the Spanish politician Jordi Solé Tura, who became a key figure during the Spanish Transition, was obliged to go into exile toward the end of the 1950s for his militant anti-Franco beliefs. Now, after living a life replete with passionate personal and political experiences, Jordi has begun to enter a new, internal exile, this time with no possibility of returning: a fight against Alzheimer's Disease. Every day, his memory slips further away.With this film, Albert will resurrect the memory not only of his father's atypical life, but also that of other historical Spanish figures such as Santiago Carrillo, Felipe González, Jorge Semprún and the ex-president of Catalonia Jordi Pujol, and little known episodes in the fight against Franco's dictatorship and the Cold War. For Albert, many of these ... Written by Minimal Films

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Catalan | Spanish | French | English

Release Date:

14 January 2008 (Spain) See more »

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Bucharest, Memory Lost See more »

Filming Locations:

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain See more »

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1.85 : 1
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A strange documentary on quiet, unquestioned fanaticism.
25 April 2009 | by Aulic ExclusivaSee all my reviews

A documentary, between humorous and quizzical, on what it was like to grow up as the child of clandestine Spanish Reds in the Franco era, complete with cloak-and-dagger comings and goings on false passports, complaining, from said Reds, on what life in Bucharest was like, (when they had dedicated their existence to giving Spain precisely something like the Ceauşescu régime, though they themselves spent a lot of time in Paris), and the strangeness of having one's young life completely dominated by a weird, inhuman ideology that had no connection to anything one wanted or felt. And yet one knew nothing else.

The whole General Staff of then-alive Spanish communists is interviewed on-screen, one more bizarre than the other, yet completely un-selfconscious.

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