The documentary 'Franco's Settlers' tells the story of a village that still bears the name of the dictator Franco. The film portrays the inhabitants of Llanos del Caudillo (Plains of the Caudillo), who express widely differing attitudes to the legacy of Franco's dictatorship. The village therefore becomes a reflection of Spanish society as a whole. How should the historical memory of Franco's dictatorship be handled? 'Franco's Settlers' is a fabulous film and a history lesson. It is absolutely amazing how at the end the film takes us right up to the current political situation in Spain.