Carla’s Song is a British film set in 1987, that tells the story of love in a time of war — the Contra War in Nicaragua. The plot follows the relationship between a Scottish bus driver, and Carla, a Nicaraguan refugee living in Glasgow. The film won the Coral Award for Best Work of a Non-Latin American Director on a Latin America Subject at the 1996 Havana Film Festival.
Directed by Ken Loach. Written by Paul Laverty.
126 minutes. 1997.
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