Drawing praise at high profile festivals in Berlin and Rotterdam, and winning the Best Documentary Goya, this absorbing documentary rewards the audience over the course of its extended runtime with a fascinating insight into contemporary Spain, through the lens of recent history told by the locals of Cartagena, a naval city in southeast Spain.
Neighbours, youngsters and unemployed workers chat inside a bar between cigarettes, drinks and snacks. Conversations turn from dreams, jobs and plans to the riots and industrial crisis of 1992, a year that saw the Expo in Seville, the Olympics in Barcelona, and workers burn down the local parliament in Cartagena. Debating topics from employment conditions, unions and deindustrialisation, to feminism, education and the EU, this is a rallying cry to the left and centre left to mobilise against unchecked capitalism and the far right.
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