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1898: Our Last Men in the Philippines (1898. Los últimos de Filipinas)2017

1898: Our Last Men in the Philippines (1898. Los últimos de Filipinas) (2017)

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Death, violence, blood, desperation, fear and starvation. This is the plight of the last fifty men of the Spanish Empire as they defend the last of its colonies to the death: the Philippines. These Spaniards, drifters rather than soldiers, barricade themselves inside the church in the small village of Baler against the incessant offensive by the country's native Tagalogs. Over 300 days go by, and day in and day out, they suffer all kinds of illness and miseries. Between the arrows they receive and their own return fire, these Spaniards, far from home, take on the adventure of their lives in an inhospitable jungle crawling with crocodiles and other dangers. They battle onslaught after onslaught from the natives; they sneak out at night to steal food and they smoke opium to drown their sorrows. And above all, they entrust themselves to a God and Country who, to their disbelief, abandoned them long ago....

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Cast

Luis Tosar
as Martín Cerezo
Eduard Fernández
as Enrique de las Morenas
Javier Gutiérrez
as Sargento Jimeno
Karra Elejalde
as Fray Carmelo
Álvaro Cervantes
as Soldado Carlos
Carlos Hipólito
as Doctor Vigil
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Atypical and revealing chronicle about true "national spirit". [Full review in Spanish]

April 3, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

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