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I'd posted about the Trial of the Chicago Seven last week, I thought Sacha Baron Cohan was really good. A couple of days before I saw the film I'd watched a doco about the 60's on one of the cable channels that featured the trial and had this clip of Abi Hoffman, Cohan got him spot on :
Directed by Mar Targarona. With Mario Casas, Richard van Weyden, Alain Hernández, Adrià Salazar. Based on real events, Francesc Boix is a Spaniard inmate in the Nazi concentration camp of Mauthausen in Austria who tries to save the evidences of the horrors committed inside its walls.
I can't say that I enjoyed watching it, although it was well produced and effective.