Set in the summer of 1933,in the depths of the Great Depression, Arthur Miller’s one-act play “A Memory of Two Mondays” (1955) focuses on the workers in a Brooklyn automobile parts warehouse, a grim place in which men and women work for small wages and are grateful for the work.
Tag Archives: 1970s
Canoa: A Shameful Memory (1976) Felipe Cazals, Enrique Lucero, Salvador Sánchez, Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Adventure, Crime, Drama
Faustrecht der Freiheit / Fox and His Friends (1975) Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Peter Chatel, Karlheinz Böhm, Drama, Romance
Las palabras de Max / What Max Said (1978) Emilio Martínez Lázaro, Ignacio Fernández de Castro, Myriam De Maeztu, Gracia Querejeta, Drama
Disquieting portrait of loneliness and isolation, concentrating on a middle-aged man (Fernandez de Castro) who has reached a crisis point in his domestic life and tries unsuccessfully to reassemble his past.
Emanuelle in America (1977) [Uncut] Joe D’Amato, Laura Gemser, Gabriele Tinti, Roger Browne, Drama, Mystery, Sexploitation, Erotic
In late 18th Century (1795) France, in the middle of the French Revolution, the unemployed woodman Jean Valjean is arrested for stealing bread to feed his family and sentenced to five years in prison in Toulon.