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    Spanish movie awards

    Another year of the Spanish Goyas, the spanish equivalent to the Oscars, and you would think everybody would be speaking about movies. Once again, they aren't. Even if last year, there was a good reason for doing so, a night that should have been the night of the spanish cinema has been dubbed the night of the stickers. Everybody was talking about a documentary which didn't even get an award (probably because it didn't deserve it).
    The problem is that the spanish cinema is losing viewership by the millions. I don't know if there's a solution to it, but converting an awards ceremony into a political platform is closer to being a problem than being a solution.

    2004-02-01 01:00 | 4 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: sproket99 Fecha: 2004-02-01 23:00

    Maybe it just reflects the concerns of spanish society.

    Yes to Medem

    De: JJ Fecha: 2004-02-02 09:22

    What does "Yes to Medem" means, exactly?

    De: Anónimo Fecha: 2004-02-02 13:13


    De: Antonio from Spain Fecha: 2004-02-02 22:41

    I must tell you that there was an important reason to do what they did in the Goyas Show, because that documentary showed the reality of terrorism in Spain, and it was starred by victims but also with terrorist. That was the point. So there was people in favour of Medem (the director of the documentary) and against him. In spain Terrorism is a big problem and lots of people have died because of this. Thank you and good night

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