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LA BUENA NUEVA

by Helena Taberna

synopsis

Miguel is appointed parish priest of a socialist village at the time of the 1936 uprising. From the start of the war, the village is occupied by the National Front and soon the shootings come in quick succession. In his fight to defend the victims, Miguel comes up against the ecclesiastical and military hierarchy, putting his own life at risk. Based on a true story, the film gives a historically accurate account of the Catholic Church’s support for the revolt against the Republic, known as the "Holy Crusade".

original title: La buena nueva
country: Spain
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Helena Taberna
release date: ES 07/11/2008
screenplay: Helena Taberna, Andrés Martorell
cast: Unax Ugalde, Bárbara Goenaga, Guillermo Toledo, Joseba Apaolaza, Mikel Tello, Maribel Salas
cinematography by: Gonzalo Berridi
film editing: Nino Martínez Sosa
art director: Peio Villalba
costumes designer: Josune Lasa
music: Ángel Illarramendi
producer: Iker Ganuza
production: Lamia Producciones
distributor: Golem Distribución
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