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Fire in Castile

Spain, 1961 (MIFF 1962)

Director: Jose Val del Omar

A curious alchemy of lights and shades brings to life the fabulous carvings of the National Museum of Images in Valladolid and the altar of Medina de Rioseco. masterpieces by the Castilian sculptor Alonso Beruguete. First prize, Institute of Hispanic Culture.

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