Keswick Film Festival

Land And Freedom

Director: Ken Loach Country: UK
Cert: 15 Year: 1995 Length: 109 mins
2007 Festival
Land And Freedom

Audience Reaction

Score: 75% Attendance: 66

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Idealist Liverpudlian Dave goes to Spain in 1936 to fight in the Civil War. Soon his ideas are in turmoil as anarchists, the militia and communists argue with each other instead of their Fascist enemies. Even his passion for a Spanish firebrand is tested by the crisis in his beliefs. 'confirms Ken Loach as Britain's greatest contemporary filmmaker' (Ian Christie, Sight and Sound)





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