Long Live Death [Viva la Muerte]

N.p. N.p., 1971. Vintage borderless reference photograph from the 1971 film. Two dated "L'Express" stamps, two "Publiee" stamps with annotations in holograph marker, and a "Viva la Muerte" stamp on verso.

Based on the 1959 novel "Baal Babilonia" by Fernando Arrabal. Arrabal's fierce directorial debut.

A young boy of about ten, Fando, tries to make sense of his father's arrest and detainment, having been accused of being a communist by Franco's Fascists who has his religious mother's sympathies, and may have turned him in.

Shot on location in Tunisia.

8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.

Vogel, Film as a Subversive Art.

[Book #150085]