SEMANA SANTA IN SEVILLE documents the Spanish city's annual celebration of Holy Week--a tradition which dates back more than five centuries. Lifesize images of Christ and the Virgin, and scenes of the Passion, are carried in procession through the city on magnificently adorned platforms, escorted by long files of hooded penitents. Throngs of onlookers from all over the world gather to view the spectacle. This 52-minute program covers the history and art of the Semana Santa processions. Interviews with the participants and the people surrounding this exotic ritual--a priest, a penitent, a gypsy, a young girl donning her mantilla, a man who helps carry the heavy platforms, a sculptor, a saetero or saeta singer, and more, are juxtaposed with stunning images of the baroque processions. It is available in both English and in Spanish.