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In the following years, he forged an international reputation for his cinematic treatment of emotional and spiritual responses to repressive political conditions.By the 1970s, Saura was the best known filmmaker working in Spain.I was moved already then but probably did not understood everything "properly".Recently my wife and I watched the movie in its DVD format and I still recommend it very much - it combines social and psychological analysis of Spain during Franco dictatorship.The confused depictions of reality authentically mirror a child's perspective.The backstory is exposed by degrees, slowly and convincingly, which makes the viewer a participant. I watched this movie a couple of times, for the first time back in mid 1970s while in high school.The song (porque te vas) is perfect- catchy, pop, and sad all at the same time.I saw this with my mother in Paris in 1976 and we both walked out irretrievably altered by the film.
In 1966, he was thrust into the international spotlight when his film La Caza won the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Geraldine Chaplin is awesome (as is her Spanish) and the scenes between mother and child are painfully tender.