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The Snowman (2017)
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Guernica is now out on DVD and HD Digital
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The DVD and digital editions contain nine deleted and extended scenes.
Guernica is the first film to tell the story of the tragic events of April 26, 1937 during which a Basque country village was completely destroyed by the Nazi Luftwaffe and Fascist Aviazione Legionaria at the behest of Franco`s Nationalist government to shatter Republican forces and Basque autonomy.
It is a war film skillfully intertwined with a romantic narrative of an American journalist and a local press-office censor who form a secret alliance five days before the event.
James' character is based on real life New York Times reporter, George Steer, whose report to the world inspired Picasso to immortalize the events in a mural-sized oil painting which now hangs at Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid.
RTVE.es and Betta Pictures released a new extended trailer in Spanish which features several extra scenes.
We also have a clip with Ingrid Garcia-Jonsson playing a photographer who follows Henry (James D'Arcy) to the front lines.
From Under the Radar. (clip will start after the short ad)
Note: The title of the movie is Gernika, while the DVD is called Guernica.
According to Europa Sur, Gernika will have a national premiere in Spain on September 09 at the Campo de Gibraltar at the Odeon Multiplex.
In anticipation of its cinema release, Gernika The Movie released a collection of photocromas and special posters on their social media on twitter, instagram and facebook, They have been added into the Gernika Posters & Covers.
And here's a nice review of James on Times Union.