El Misterio Galíndez (The Galíndez File)
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El Misterio Galíndez (The Galíndez File)
Gerardo Herrero's political drama El Misterio Galíndez (The Galindez File) uses the real life 1956 disappearance of Spanish political refugee Jesus de Galindez as its subject. Saffron Burrows plays a privileged college girl named Muriel who travels to Spain in order to finish her doctoral thesis about political rebellion; Galindez is the main focus of her work. With the help of a pair of locals (Guillermo Toledo and Txema Blasco), she learns that Galindez was publicly critical of the Dominican Republic's political leaders who may have been responsible for his death. Muriel eventually… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"What could have been a dynamic political thriller is, at best, a mildly interesting story that never gets beyond two dimensions."
‑ Robin Clifford, Reeling Reviews
"There is no mystery -- everyone seems to pretty much know what happened to Galindez, yet they keep trying to find out."
‑ Laura Clifford, Reeling Reviews
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