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Two Catalonias (2018)

Dos Cataluñas (original title)
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A documentary that tackles the ideological conflicts surrounding the December 21 election in the country, to the push for sovereignty and subsequent parliamentary declaration of independence and the aftermath.
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Credited cast:
Luis María Ansón Luis María Ansón ... Himself
Inés Arrimadas Inés Arrimadas ... Herself
Elsa Artadi Elsa Artadi ... Herself
Antoni Bassas Antoni Bassas ... Himself
Josep Borrell Josep Borrell ... Himself
John Carlin John Carlin ... Himself
Ada Colau ... Herself
Mar Coll Mar Coll ... Herself
Alfonso Dastis Alfonso Dastis ... Himself (archive footage)
Xavier Domènech Xavier Domènech ... Himself
David Fernàndez David Fernàndez ... Himself
Ricardo Fernández Deu Ricardo Fernández Deu ... Himself
Carme Forcadell Carme Forcadell ... Herself
Carles Francino Carles Francino ... Himself
Iñaki Gabilondo Iñaki Gabilondo ... Himself
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A documentary that tackles the ideological conflicts surrounding the December 21 election in the country, to the push for sovereignty and subsequent parliamentary declaration of independence and the aftermath.

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28 September 2018 (Spain) See more »

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A good primer on the situation in Catalonia
7 January 2019 | by dereksmooneySee all my reviews

This is a well made and crafted documentary on the recent political upheaval in Catalonia. The makers strive at all times to be fair and impartial and largely succeed. The most interesting feature is the huge range of interviews, mostly conducted in Spanish/Catalan with good English substitles. They speak with the key players on all sides and include comments and observations from an even greater range of informed journalists and observers. The makers use these contributions to examine several factors underpinning the rise in support for independence over the past decade.

The chronological narrative of the documentary is a little confusing as they jump around the timeline a bit, starting with the most recent Catalonian election before jumping back, almost without notice, to the earlier contested referendum on Catalan independence (I was in Barcelona at that time). But you quickly readjust - in my case I did a quick rewind to make sure that I had not misinterpreted any of it. Good production, good archive material and well conducted interviews. On balance, a well produced and impartial presentation of the situation. Would strongly recommend.


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