Roads to the South

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Roads to the South

paris, france spain 1970s communist franco regime (francoism) older man younger woman relationship northern france anti-fascism father son relationship post spanish civil war exiled spanish republican

Roads to the South

Release Date: April 28, 1978

Year    :   1978
Slogan    :   «One man's war with himself»
Genres    :   Drama
Production Companies    :   SFP, Trinacra Films, France 3, Profilmes S. A.
Director    :   Joseph Losey
Producers    :   Michel Choquet, Margot Capelier, Yves Rousset-Rouard, José Antonio Pérez Giner, Modesto Pérez Redondo
Writers    :   Jorge Semprún
RunTime    :   101 mins.

France, 1975. Jean, an exiled Spanish Communist, is a successful screenwriter who, after a tragic event, struggles with his political commitment, his love for his country, under the boot of General Franco, whose death he and his comrades have waited for years, and his complicated relationship with his son. (A sequel to “The War Is Over,” 1966.)


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