In the hard and convulsive times of the Spain of 1921, Aníbal Uriarte is a veteran soldier of the Morocco War reconverted as cop who is sent by his superior from Spain's capital Madrid to Barcelona (Catalonia, north-east to Spain) in order to locate an important amount of military weaponry from a train, stolen apparently by revolutionary anarchists. To his arrival to the city Uriarte meets Inspector Rediú, a corrupt officer together other cops as the violent Tísico and young Beltrán, and El Barón, owner of the famous cabaret Edén where he exploits to his dancers as Lola, filming in addition adult movies implying minors and lesbian women only for the high society's eyes. At the same time Salvador Ortiz is the leader of a peaceful riot in an important company of the city, in the fight by the workers' rights, and Salvador's daughter and telephone operator Sara leads her own revolution to defend women's rights. Learning quickly to move in a sea of conspirators, corrupts and traitors, ...
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Paco Tous and Jaime Lorente work together, as father and son, in La Casa de Papel. Moscow and Denver was their chatacter's nicknames. See more
Salvador Ortiz, the leader of the anarchist strikers, tells the boss Don Emilio that the strikes will end when the workers are no longer forced to work over 10 hours. The eight-hours-working day though was a result of the Huelga de La Canadiense, a strike lead by CNT, in 1919 in Barcelona and came into action by a government decree. The movie is set in 1921. See more
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