10 great films set in Madrid

“Barcelona may have Gaudí and the glamour, the Ramblas and the sea, but it’s Madrid that has served as a more potent protagonist for some of Spanish cinema’s most resonant directors. It’s a den of spies and scandals that the attractive cuplé singer Charito has to flee from in Rafael Gil’s First World War drama La reina de Chantecler (The Queen of Chantecler, 1962) and a city scarred by the civil war in Jaime Chávarri’s Las bicicletas son para el verano (Bicycles Are for the Summer, 1984).” Click HERE to read more!

10 great films set in Madrid

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