‘The Endless Trench’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the historical Spanish movie on Netflix
The streaming giant is all set to drop the digital version of the 2019 Spanish movie, based on a true story and it seems worthwhile for a weekend watch
European movies excel in narrating events of their illustrious and intense history and Netflix has been the right partner to bring some of such incredible foreign movies for the global audience. ‘The Endless Trench’ (‘La Trinchera Infinita’) is one such historical drama based on true events that narrates the events of the Spanish Civil War through one man’s life.
‘The Endless Trench’ made it to the theaters across Europe in 2019. Now the US audience can see it when it drops on Netflix on February 28, 2020.
The story of this historical drama is set in 1936 during the Spanish Civil War. Inspired by true events of that time, it follows the story of a Republican. As the nation is gripped by the rising fascist rule, a man is marked to be killed. To escape possible retribution and save himself and his wife, he hides in his home for 33 years.
‘The Endless Trench’ stars Antonio de la Torre, Belén Cuesta and Vicente Vergara in the lead roles.
Antonio de la Torre is an award-winning Spanish actor and a popular face on Spanish television. He is known for his work in ‘Codigo Fuego’, ‘Moscow Gold’, ‘Los 80’, ‘The Night Manager’ and ‘La Linea Invisible’.
Belén Cuesta Llamas is a Spanish actor from Andalucía, Spain, and is known for ‘The Endless Trench’ (2019), ‘Paquita Salas’ (2016) and ‘Holy Camp!’ (2017).
The movie is directed by José Mari Goenaga, Jon Garaño and Aitor Arregi.
Aitor Arregi is a director and writer known for ‘The Giant’ (2017), ‘The Endless Trench’ (2019) and ‘Lucio’ (2007), while Jon Garaño is a director and writer, known for ‘For 80 Days’ (2010), ‘Flowers’ (2014) and ‘The Giant’ (2017).
Belen Cuesta, the female lead of ‘The Endless Trench’ won two Goya Awards for the Best Lead Actress for her performance.
Catch a preview of the award-winning Spanish movie right here.
Where to watch
You can watch the Spanish historical drama with English subtitles only on Netflix, on Friday, February 28.
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