Serrat & Sabina: Two for the Road

Serrat & Sabina: Two for the Road

Joan Manuel Serrat fled to Mexico when Franco ordered his persecution. In Argentina and Chile, his commitment against military regimes is still remembered. Joaquín Sabina arrived later. His poetry bewitched the audience. In Argentina, he is a tango singer as much as a rocker; in Mexico, the mariachis sing their songs. The former is a symbol, a venerated figure; the latter is a “cuate,” as they say in Mexico, a buddy with whom you can always count.

TitleSerrat & Sabina: Two for the Road
Original TitleSerrat y Sabina: el símbolo y el cuate
Release DateSeptember 27th, 2013
GenreDocumentary
Runtime
DirectorFrancesc Relea
WriterFrancesc Relea
Production CompaniesWhat's Up Doc, Lastor Media, Taller de Ultramarinos (UTE), Sony Music Spain, Canal+ España, TVE
Production CountrySpain
Plot Keywordsmexico, rock star, male friendship, pop star, argentina, co-worker relationship, music tour, spanish singer, latin american history
Joan Manuel Serrat
Joan Manuel Serrat
Himself
Joaquín Sabina
Joaquín Sabina
Himself
Ricardo Darín
Ricardo Darín
Himself
Antonio García de Diego
Antonio García de Diego
Himself
Luis Poirot
Luis Poirot
Himself
Daniela Romo
Daniela Romo
Herself
Pancho Varona
Pancho Varona
Himself
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