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The Carpenter's Pencil

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2003
Running time:106 minutes
Cast:Tristán Ulloa, Luis Tosar, María Adánez, Nancho Novo, María Pujalte
Director:Anton Reixa
Writer:Xose Morais, Anton Reixa

Description: Set in northern Spain just before the outbreak of the Civil War in 1936. Daniel is a young Republican doctor pulled away from his finace, Marisa, when arrested for his left-wing beliefs. Marisa's father, Benito, tries to get her to marry a nationalist soldier instead, but she vows to remain fatihful to Daniel and fight for his freedom.

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