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SI ME BORRARA EL VIENTO LO QUE YO CANTO

by David Trueba

synopsis

In 1963, under Franco’s dictatorship, two Swedish students travelled to Spain to spread news of the movements in favour of democracy. They contacted a young university troubadour, Chicho Sánchez Ferlosio, and on return to Stockholm set about making an album with the recording of his songs. They called it Canciones de la Resistencia española and kept the singer-songwriter's identity anonymous. The album was an instant hit all over Scandinavia.

original title: Si me borrara el viento lo que yo canto
country: Spain
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: David Trueba
film run: 89'
screenplay: Joan F. Losilla, David Trueba
cinematography by: Julio César Tortuero, Noemí de la Peña
film editing: Marta Velasco
music: Chicho Sánchez Ferlosio
producer: David Trueba, Joan F. Losilla
production: Buenavida Producciones, S.L., Perdidos G.C.
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