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  • Genres : Drama
  • Languages : Catalan
  • Year of production : 2010
  • Cinema release date : 15/10/2010
  • Duration : 1h48'
  • Budget : $6,000,000

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  • Wednesday 30 November -0001
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Pa negre (2010)

Black Bread

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In the harsh post-war years' Catalan countryside, Dionís, a bird dealer, is attacked by a man in a hooded cape while leading his horse drawn wagon through a darkened forest. The assailant kills Dionís, leads the blindfolded horse to a cliff's edge then pulls the wagon with Dionís and his son, Culet, off the cliff. Andreu, an 11-year-old boy, discovers the wreckage of the fallen cart. Culet is still alive but manages only to say a word before dying: Pitorliua, the name that villagers have given to a ghost believed to live in a cave. The falangist mayor of the town suspects that Farriol, Andreu’s father, is involved in the deaths of Dionis and his son. Farriol, who was Dionís’s business partner dealing with birds, is an easy target for incrimination due to his suspicious background as a supportive of the Second Spanish Republic, which was repressed by the Francoist Spain.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "Pan negro (película)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.