Conomos, John
September 2000
Metro;2000, Issue 124/125, p106
Academic Journal
Focuses on Ramon Gieling's film 'Bunuel's Prisoners' which looks at Luis Bunuel's documentary 'Land Without Bread.' Setting of the documentary; Critique of the poverty, superstition and disease in Las Hurdes, Spain; Illumination of the social concerns of the Surrealist movement; Reaction of the Hurdanos on the biased portrait of their region and their lives.


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