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Agustí Villaronga

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    Review: Spanish Oscar Contender 'Black Bread' A Melodramatic, Yet Compelling Story Of Post-Spanish Civil War Life

    Somewhere in the mouth of a vast, dreary weald, a merchant trucks along with his wares. He stops briefly to check his wagon but is startled by some rustling nearby. At this point, even the most novice movie-goer can figure out that this man won't make it out of these woods alive. In a sequence t...

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    Agustí Villaronga, Director Of Spanish Oscar Contender 'Black Bread,' Talks Influences & Chasing Authenticity

    Many were surprised when Spain selected the then-unheard of Catalan language film "Black Bread," over Pedro Almodóvar's insane thriller "The Skin I Live In," as their entry for this year's Oscars. But the film was a big critical success in its native land, winning ...

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    The Secret of 'Black Bread'

    Black Bread (Pa Negro), Spain's submission for Best Foreign Language Oscar Nomination, reveals the power of secrets upon succeeding generations once again. This multi-award winning film takes place in a poor village where an otherwise principled and loving father acts to help his son in life by suc...

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