Under the gypsy moon
A deeply moving love story and a meditation on the nature of courage of three unforgettable characters: Jaoquin Wolf, an avante-garde political writer; Ursula Krieger, Joaquin's friend, agonizing over a secret past; and Frederico Garcia Lorca, the great symbolist poet of Spain whose spirit lives on in both Joaquin and Ursula.
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