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Year: 1978
Original Title: Ocaña, retrato intermitente (Ocaña, retrat intermitent)
Length: 85 minutes
Genre: Documentary, Biography


Ranking: 13,642 out of 16,014 movies (up 933)


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'Ocaña, retrato intermitente' is a documentary about the intimate view of the Andalusian painter José Pérez Ocaña. The artist marked the path of the Rambla and Plaza Real in Barcelona in the late seventies. Ocaña talks about his life and his view of the world. The film is directed by Ventura Pons known for his films such as 'Manjar de amor', 'Anita no pierde el tren' and 'Morir (o no)'. Born in Seville, but based in Barcelona. José Pérez Ocaña was also an anarchist and LGBT activist in Spain. During the Spanish transition he was a very controversial figure because he represented freedom that was so craved during this period.