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A Film Arriaga
Bilbao near the theater were filled yesterday of hundreds of onlookers who do not want to miss filming a key scene from the movie 'Guernica', directed by Koldo Serra.
Noticias de Gipuzkoa / A report of Leyre Eguskiza Photos Jose Mari Martinez - Thursday, May 28, 2015 - Updated at 06: 11h
Vintage cars, one red and white bus 30s ... Passers immortalized with his mobile all the details of the shooting. (JMM)
Dressed with a long beige coat, James D'Arcy firm runs the few meters that separate it from a tourist bus pass. He embarks on it, along with many other journalists who are covering the information on the front lines, to enjoy a journey that take you to sites in the Biscay coast and the winding stairs wearing the chapel of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe .
With serious gesture lights his cigar and approaches a smiling Barbara Goenaga, passing the entry list of the vehicle. Suddenly he hears a "Cut!". This is followed by an audible warning: "Cut!", Which returns to reality to those present, the crew and the many onlookers who all day yesterday came to the square of the Arriaga Theatre in Bilbao.
Bilbao near the building back in time to 1937 to host the filming of a major movie sequences Gernika , directed by Koldo Serra, which ends today his time recording in Bilbao. "We have spent several days in Bilbao, but which is being shot at the moment is a very important sequence because it is presented to the city and the six protagonists of history know each other; also at the level of production it is powerful with all the extras and vintage cars ", explained yesterday, walking to running, José Alba. He is one of the producers of this and fiction shot in English, Basque, German Castilian which will have an international distribution by Sony Pictures and whose budget, "much higher than usual in the Spanish film" reaches the six million euros.
LOVE ON THE FRONT
With the bombing of Gernika as a backdrop, Gernika tells the love story of two journalists who are covering the information on the northern front: Henry and Teresa. Through D'Arcy, who plays Henry, Serra and his team sought to "recreate the spirit of these war correspondents Robert Capa or Ernest Hemingway." The main inspiration of drinking Henry, however, is none other than the British journalist George Steer, "which was published only what really happened in the bombing of Gernika" reveals Alba. "He embodies a little them all," he adds.
D'Arcy shares flat with Maria Valverde (Teresa), editor of the republican press office by which it will be attracted and who try to instill a passion for telling the truth of what happened. The third point of this relationship conforms Vasyl (Jack Davenport), the Russian head of Teresa trying to woo her. To them a long list of actors who have names such as Barbara Goenaga, Alex Garcia, Elena Irureta, Victor Clavijo, Joaquim Garcia Assboeck or Ingrid Jonsson adds.
Although attached to that historic event which took place in Gernika, the American producer Daniel Dreifuss emphasizes that there is "a documentary about the bombing." And it is that while recognizing that there is "a huge concern for historical authenticity of the events," Gernika also has "a narrative fiction film" as is "with many great historical films," in his words. "We want to show people who may not remember or have not heard about it this time by the freedom struggle who was instrumental in the history of the twentieth century," he summarizes.
In that regard, he is aware that the release could provoke different reactions, something for which "I am prepared, because I love the debate arises whenever there is dialogue." Dreifuss, who claims to feel a great interest in the historical film, also keeps a special connection with Euskadi.
She says, she has long had wanted to work on a film about the bombing of Gernika because their grandparents, German Jews were sent to the concentration camp of Gurs in the French Pyrenees-Atlantiques region. Indeed, Gurs housed in 1939 to many Basque refugees from the Civil War, but at the beginning of the Second World War, became a concentration camp who were sent the rising of Dreifuss. "I remember as a child my grandmother told me that he had lived in a place in France in which when they arrived there were people who left the Basque Country and Catalonia, and I did not understand why; when I became more adult and I began to study the issue of the Spanish Civil War and World War I found out what they meant concentration camps and the Spaniards who were before them, "he adds.
"It is curious that special relationship between war refugees, who left this country, and my grandparents, who sent there after connection; indirectly this movie also tells the story of my family, although concerned about a universal theme as the fight for democracy, "he concludes.