讲述一个加泰罗尼亚家族自1899-1909的十年历史。蒙特利尔世界电影节评委会特别奖。影片深受意大利导演维斯康蒂晚期风格的影响。 Two former Spanish colonists from Cuba coming back in Spain in their very different families rightly so. In the lives of Frederic and his childhood friend Josep various emotional events play themselves out against the backdrop of a deep crisis in the Spanish regime. The Burned City is a Spanish film directed by Antoni Ribas. Chronicles the ups and downs occurred in Barcelona since the disaster in Cuba until the Tragic Week, which is approximately from 1899 until 1909, through the events of a family in the city. Spanish director Antoni Ribas is best known for his lavish epic La Ciutat Cremada/The Burnt City (1975), an account of contemporary Catalonian history strongly inspired by Luchino Visconti. Though filmed in Spanish, the film was seminal in the creation of Catalonian cinema and was later dubbed into the regional language. Ribas began his directing career in the early '60s when he made a series of educational films designed to teach Spanish, La Familia Fernández, for Encyclopedia Britannica. Prior to that assignment, Ribas had earned degrees in economics and law. He made his feature-film directorial debut with Las Slavajes en Puente San Gil/The Wild Girls at Puente San Gil in 1967. Despite the promise of La Ciutat Cremada, Riba's next effort, the three-part extravaganza Victoria! (1983), failed at the box office. Later in his career, Ribas co-founded the Institut de Cinema Català.