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The previous father refused to see us; for them we were the devil.".
When Pugno came up with the idea for the project, the monks offered no objection and he spent four years visiting and filming the choirboys.
The boys aren't allowed any electronic toys, and hardly watch TV".
When we got there, my girlfriend didn't want to go inside the church so I went in alone."Thousands of people arrived in buses Pugno remembers.The boys at the Valley of the Fallen are recruited from schools across almost the whole of Spain, though they are mainly from Castilla-La Mancha and Castilla y León.Organized by the school board, Masses began to be held on the esplanade in front of the basilica to demonstrate against the sealing off of parts of the site, and during one homily the secular offensive of former Socialist Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero's.Impervious to the passage of time, the claustrophobic porno en direct sur le funk rooms of the boarding school safeguard "the last crusade against secularism." "We are shocked by the madrasas in Afghanistan but not by something that is 50 kilometers from Madrid Saura says.Italian director Alessandro Pugno and Spanish producer Antonio Saura Medrano managed to get unprecedented access to the Valley of the Fallen, which is where the remains of Francisco Franco, Spanish Falange founder José Antonio Primo de Rivera and 33,847 victims of the Civil War from.A 11am we all went to sing a different Gregorian chant from the repertoire.The truth is, and despite the obtrusive nature of the monument, it was more stimulating than Torrijas.Musician Víctor Herrero, a member of US folk singer Josephine Foster's band, attended the school, and does not have any dramatic memories of his time there.A chilling new documentary, A la sombra de la cruz (or, In the shadow of the cross is offering a peek inside the boarding school for choirboys that has existed inside the great monument, located in the Guadarrama mountains outside Madrid, since 1958."The committee always thought the Benedictines and the choir had to leave, but by law, the monks have power over the basilica, where Franco's tomb is Vinyes explains."For me it was just a monument and the center of a heated debate about historical memory."My parents weren't even believers he says via telephone.
It was only later that I understood where I had been sent.




They are not allowed to have any kind of electronic toys, nor can they access the internet, and they hardly watch.The filming of, a la sombra de la cruz coincided with the protests over the closure of the basilica for restoration work.Every day a group of "well-trained" children would sing in the basilica of the Valley of the Fallen to give greater solemnity to the Masses held there for the Civil War dead the victims "of the glorious crusade." That is how the former dictator wanted.I went because I wanted to and though I now understand all the prohibitions at the place, I had a different experience.Pugno remembers the first time he discovered the school.The historian Ricard Vinyes was one of the members of the committee of experts that in 2011 studied the future of the site, which is in a state of progressive deterioration because of leaks, damp and "thermal stress." The fate of the monks there was.I liked being there at that age you don't have a historical or religious conscience."It's a jewel of a documentary says Saura, "which shows us the reality without taking an extreme position, so that everyone can draw their own conclusions.
"They are striking because they have a special innocence.

I felt a chill.").
"It was all very complicated.
I remember seeing that enormous space, without any light, and one of the monks.


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