Contemporary Spanish cinema
Manchester University Press, Jan 4, 2019 - Performing Arts - 224 pages
Contemporary focus, right up to date with material from 1980s and 90s. Wide-ranging analyses of major directors, themes, genres and issues, including historical film, genre cinema, women in film and autonomies.
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