All Our Lives (De Toda la Vida)

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All Our Lives (De Toda la Vida)
Release Date: 
1986
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55 min
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"All Our Lives (De Toda la Vida) examines the lives of several women who actively participated in the social revolution during the Spanish Civil War, women who are as dynamic in their 80s as they were in their youth. All are members of the anarcho-syndicalist trade union, the CNT, the main representative of the working class movement in Spain in 1936. Featuring rare archival footage and photos from the period, this video provides a warm encounter with women whose ideal of "a more just and humane society" has lasted a lifetime."

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