A rare look at Spain during Franco’s time. Best of all the film’s narrated by the great American journalist-writer, Ernest Hemingway. A guy that reminds me of our very own Nick Joaquin, not so much on writing but the path they took–both seasoned journalist, both knowned for delving deep on their journalistic assignments, and, both greatly inspired by Latin culture, as can be seen in their classic pieces.
The Spanish Earth by Hemingway
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