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Sat, March 29, 9:15pm

“Costa da Morte”

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

The “Coast of Death”, a region in Galicia, Spain, was considered the end of the world during the Roman period. Lois Patino’s documentary patiently observes the people who inhabit it: the fishermen, loggers, and artisans who maintain both an intimate relationship and an antagonistic battle with this beautiful and vast landscape.

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Educational Partner: University of Michigan Romance Languages and Literatures, Spanish Program

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Costa da Morte

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"Upon entering men in landscape and landscape in men, the eternal life of Galicia was created" - Castelao Costa da Morte is a region in the northwest of Galicia (Spain),...