Directed by Jaime Chávarri. In this stinging nonfiction classic that obliquely critiques Francoist Spain, the widow and children of the official poet of that fascist regime, Leopoldo Panero (1909–1962), reminisce with rancor and bitterness about life under the Generalissimo. (Spain, 1976, subtitles, color/b&w, DVD, 97 min.) Special thanks to Aaron Shulman, author of The Age of Disenchantments.
Admission $10, CMA members $7