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by Germán Roda, Ramón J. Campo


1940. Spain suffers a severe postwar. Europe in the middle of World War II. The British Consulate in San Sebastian hosts a spy network formed by Basque, Aragonese and French reporting on German troop movements and the passage of goods. Established a weekly connection between Canfranc, Zaragoza and San Sebastian. Using information from this network of spies helped defeat Nazi Germany. The spies involved in the events explain us in person.

original title: Juego de espías (Canfranc-Zaragoza-San Sebastián)
country: Spain
year: 2013
genre: documentary
directed by: Germán Roda, Ramón J. Campo
film run: 68'
cinematography by: Sergio de Uña
film editing: Germán Roda
producer: Patricia Roda
production: Estación Cinema, RTVE - Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española, Aragón Televisión
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