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The Film Club: A Funny Dirty Little War


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Derek Malcolm introduces a prizewinning film from Argentina.
(No habra mas penas ni olvido) starring Federico Luppi
In early 1974, Argentina was split by warring political factions, all claiming to be loyal to President Juan Peron. Faced with a right-wing purge, Administrator Fuentes occupies the town-hall of Colonia Vela. His allies are a hastily promoted sergeant, the town drunk and a crazy aviator. Hector Olivera's witty political comedy, which was made at considerable personal risk while General Galtieri was still in power, won the Silver Bear Award at the 1984 Berlin Film Festival.
(An Argentine film with English subtitles. First showing on British television)
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Introduces: Derek Malcolm
Unknown: Federico Luppi
Unknown: Roverto Cossa
Unknown: Hector Olivera
Produced By: Fernando Ayala
Unknown: Luis Osvaldo Repetto
Directed By: Hector Olivera
Fuentes: Federico Luppi
Suprino: Hector Bidonde
Reinaldo: Victor Laplace
Llanos: Rodolfo Ranni
Juan: Miguel Angel Sola
Garcia: Julio de Grazia
Guglielmini: Lautaro Murua
Mrs Fuentes: Graciela Dufau
Cervifio: Ulises Dumont

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The Film Club: A Funny Dirty Little War

BBC Two England, 15 November 1986 22.00

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