About

France, 1975. Jean, an exiled Spanish Communist, is a successful screenwriter who, after a tragic event, struggles with his political commitment, his love for his country, under the boot of General Franco, whose death he and his comrades have waited for years, and his complicated relationship with his son. (A sequel to “The War Is Over,” 1966.)

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Directed by

Joseph Losey

Written by

Jorge Semprún (Screenplay)

Runtime

101 minutes

Country

Spain, France

Language

French

Tagline

One man's war with himself

Cast

Keywords

paris, france spain father son relationship 1970s communist older man younger woman relation northern france franco regime (francoism) male screenwriter anti-fascist post spanish civil war exiled spanish republican