The Anarchist's Wife

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The Anarchist's Wife poster.

Movie (2008)

Juan Diego Botto (Justo)
Maria Valverde (Manuela)
Ivana Baquero (Paloma)
Nina Hoss (Lenin)

"The Anarchist's Wife" is the story of Manuela who is left behind when her husband Justo fights for his ideals against Franco's Nationalists during the Spanish Civil War. He is deported to a concentration camp, and upon his release, continues the fight against nationalism in the French resistance. Years pass without a word from him, but his wife never gives up hope of seeing him again.

Heinkel He 111 E


Nord 1203 Norécrin VI

Registration F-BEOF, c/n 108 (Amicale Romanaise de l'Aviation Ancienne, France).


North American T-6G Texan

Behind the Nord 1203 Norécrin, the yellow North American T-6G c/n 88-17667, code TA-669 and registration F-AZBL based at Saint Rambert d'Albon (France).


Savoia Marchetti SM.81


Morane-Saulnier MS-505 Criquet

Looks like a Fieseler Fi 156 Storch. Quite rare today, it's probably a French variant Morane-Saulnier MS-505 Criquet, perhaps F-BARP one of the last in flying condition under Luftwaffe colors.


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