TO DIE IN MADRID
by Frédéric Rossif (France, 1963, 1h25)
Spain, 1931, the Republic is proclaimed. Five years later, the Popular Front wins the election. But the Nationalist right rises up, led by an obscure general: Franco. This marks the start of the most terrible of civil wars, bloody, pitiless, with a succession of horrors preluding those of the Second World War.