The fates of Henry - a cynical American correspondent who has lost his soul - and Teresa, one of the Republic's censors and in charge of overseeing the news that journalists can send abroad, cross in Gernika.

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Koldo Serra
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James D'Arcy ... Henry
María Valverde ... Teresa
Jack Davenport ... Vasyl
Ingrid García Jonsson ... Márta (as Ingrid García-Jonsson)
Álex García ... Marco
Bárbara Goenaga ... Carmen
Burn Gorman ... Consul
Joachim Paul Assböck ... W. von Richthofen (as Joachim Assboeck)
Markus Oberhauser Markus Oberhauser ... Captain
Víctor Clavijo ... Spanish Journalist
Julián Villagrán ... Pierre
Irene Escolar ... Cousin Isabel
Jon Ariño Jon Ariño ... Uncle Jorge
Elena Irureta ... Aunt Begoña
Hugo Silva ... Cartoon Movie Narrator (voice)
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The fates of Henry - a cynical American correspondent who has lost his soul - and Teresa, one of the Republic's censors and in charge of overseeing the news that journalists can send abroad, cross in Gernika.

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In love and war the first casualty is truth

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Drama | History | Romance | War

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Rated R for war violence, brief nudity and language | See all certifications »

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Motorbike BMW R71 didn't exist in 1937. See more »

Quotes

Teresa: [knock on the door] Come in.
Carmen: Teresa? These are the new journalists. Marco Navas. He works for a Portuguese newspaper. And these two are the oneswith the car that broke down.
Marta: No, it didn't break down. It was bombed.
Carmen: Marta Vonier, photographer from Le Figaro. And Henry Howell, from the New York Herald Tribune. American.
Teresa: I studied your writing at college. I... I think I've read it all. Short. Sharp. Very inspiring. Your style has evolved over time, hasn't it?
Henry: Well, I'm still a growing boy.
Teresa: I just read ...
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Connections

References El último magnate (2011) See more »

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Den Sista Valsen
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Written by Oscar Straus (as O. Strauss) and B.G. "Nalle" Halden
Performed by Orchester Einar Groth, Odeon, 1937 Public Domain
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History not re-written
14 March 2020 | by dcarroll74See all my reviews

I hoped that this would be a film like others, which would give insight to what happened. I'll never know. The first 15 minutes of the movie, never set the tone of the movie, and as such, decried the history of what happened. Gernika never happened, nor did this movie. This movie is a disgrace to those who were murdered.


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Release Date:

9 September 2016 (Spain) See more »

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Guernica See more »

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Budget:

EUR5,800,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$396,764
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