Carlos Saura was born in Huesca, Spain. He studied directing at Madrid’s Institute of Cinema Research and Studies. His films have received countless major international awards. They include Peppermint Frappé (1967), La madriguera (1969), Cría cuervos (1975), Bodas de sangre (1981), Carmen (1983), Goya en Burdeos (1999) and Fados (2007).
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Steeped in melancholy and dark wonder, Carlos Saura’s Cría cuervos is a haunting masterpiece. Seen through the eyes of Ana, the eight-year-old orphan of a military family, this is a captivating tale of childhood and a striking allegory about Spain under Franco, made in the final years of the dictator’s life.