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1961 | B/N | 48:00

A young girl, Gabriela, now grown up and living in exile in Mexico, recalls the events that changed her life during the Spanish Civil War. The film was made with a budget of less than 50,000 pesos (approximately $3,000 USD) and shot on a 16 mm camera.


Country: México
Direction: García Ascot; Jomí
Script: Elío; María Luisa, García Ascot; Jomí, García Riera; Emilio
Photography: Torre; José María
Music: música popular española, Bretón; Tomás, Bach; J. S.
Cast:Nuri Pereña, María Luisa Elío, Conchita Genovés, Jaime Muñoz de Baena, Belina García, Fernando Lipkau, Alicia Bergua, Martín Bergua
Participation year at FICM: 2019

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On the Empty Balcony

A young girl, Gabriela, who is now grown up and has been exiled to Mexico, remembers the events that colored her life during the Spanish Civil War. The film was made with a budget of less than 50,000 pesos (approximately $3,000 USD) and was shot on a 16mm camera.

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