Land Without Bread
Las Hurdes – Tierra Sin Pan / Land Without Bread / Unpromised Land is a surrealist documentary filmed in Spain in 1932. It is the result of a two month trip through the Las Hurdes region. The film shows the contrasts between the village and the towns in the north of Extremadura, Salamanca and along the border of Portugal.
A surrealistic documentary portrait of the region of Las Hurdes, a remote region of Spain where civilisation has barely developed, showing how the local peasants try to survive without even the most basic utilities and skills. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Land Without Bread torrent reviews
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(jp) wrote: One of the best movies I've ever seen
(ca) wrote: Personally, a wonderful documentary on a amazing topic that helped me in understanding some of the more odd and puzzling moral issues of this job. I was glad to know of how they grapple with the same thoughts and were always into their subject more than anything else, trying their best to be the world's eye into something that few will ever see or understand. I was also glad at the topic of suffering and its relation to commercialization and how on the warmongers and their fear of photography.
(ru) wrote: Original, amazing, philosophical, & a bit creepy lolz. Reminds me of Guy Maddin's TALES FROM THE GIMLI HOSPITAL & runs for 2.5 hrs.
(gb) wrote: Probably one of the cheapest sets in film history, the air-traffic control room never even looks convincing. The story is ok but predictable and often drawn out to make it feature length.
(gb) wrote: Watch this movie. You will love it. No lavish sets, no stars, no song and dance routines. Just a very simple, yet powerful story.
(kr) wrote: Garbage day, garbage film.
(fr) wrote: really the most interesting film I've seen in ages. the complex characters, the brilliant acting -- so deep into their characters, Hannah the maid dominates her scenes in spite of saying only five or six words in the entire film, and finally, Dick Cole's luscious cinematography (if you don't like the story, forget it just look at England in the early years of the 19th century.). the film is a rare trey