Matadors: A Journey Into the Heart of Modern Bullfighting
Journeying across Spain, O'Neill interviews Matadors from the top and bottom of the profession, looks at the cut-throat world of the bull breeders and witnesses the Pamplona Festival, where both animals and men have been killed in recent years.
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