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Estados de Gracia: Billy Wilder y la censura franquista (1946-1975)

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In the midst of National-Catholic outrage and censorship, Billy Wilder’s films helped open up the repertoire for moviegoers during Francoism. Vandaele’s Estados de Gracia contends that this explains why Wilder is still considered a cinematic god in Spain. En medio de la indignación y la censura nacional-católica, Billy Wilder contribuyó a renovar el cine para el público del franquismo. En Estados de Gracia, Vandaele sugiere que ello explica por qué Billy Wilder sigue siendo un dios del cine en España.

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