Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

Ironía, nostalgia y deconstrucción en Canciones para después de una guerra

Alberto Nahum García Martínez

Resum


Canciones para después de una guerra (Martín
Patino, 1971) comprises an ironic archive documentary
about Spain during the forties. Using different editing
strategies —such as re-location of materials, fusion between sound and image, figures of speech and montage effects—, the film proposes an alternative view to thedominant one offered by Franco’s official media. The movie provides a re-reading of the Spanish postwar
period that combines the historical report of years of
shortage and isolation, the political criticism of an authoritarian regime and the sentimental force symbolized by the popular songs.

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ISSN paper: 1138-3305. ISSN electrònic: 2340-5007

Facultat de Comunicació Blanquerna. Universitat Ramon Llull.