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Iman Y La Brujula,El by Juan Ramón Biedma
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Iman Y La Brujula,El

by Juan Ramón Biedma

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Sevilla, Madrid, 1926. Un desertor de la guerra de Marruecos que sobrevive gracias al pequeño contrabando es contratado para encontrar dos películas perversas rodadas catorce años atrás por los extraños miembros de un grupo que pretendió liberarse de la necesidad de Dios siguiendo los postulados del Marqués de Sade. En el descenso que supondrá esta búsqueda, acompañado por la sobrina de uno de los realizadores de las cintas, el protagonista se enfrentara a los estamentos más abyectos de un mundo sumergido, a los intereses de los militares coloniales y a los de la misma casa del rey.
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