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THE KING OF CANFRANC

by Manuel Priede, José Antonio Blanco

synopsis

A documentary centring on the bizarre figure of Albert le Lay, a spy with the French resistance who hid behind the normal appearance of a French customs agent at the Canfranc railway station, strategic passing place for goods travelling between Spain and Germany.

international title: The King of Canfranc
original title: El rey de Canfranc
country: Spain, France
year: 2013
genre: documentary
directed by: Manuel Priede, José Antonio Blanco
film run: 78'
screenplay: Manuel Priede, Carlos Castejón, Víctor Polo, José Antonio Blanco, Marcos Escudero
cinematography by: Alberto Soria
production: Lazo Films
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