Previously at the ICA - Films
1 Dec 2015
In 1930s Spain, the teenager Tristana becomes an orphan when her mother, who is the servant of Don Lope, dies.
Don Lope is a decadent but respected aristocrat, anticlerical and liberal with socialist principles, and he becomes the guardian of Tristana.
Tristana, dir. Luis Buñuel, France/Italy/Spain 1970, 105 mins.
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