A pleasant and entertaining film director Jose Maria Forqué
This film shows us the night service of a police patrol in command of the Inspector "Andrés Martín" (Adolfo Marsillach), a man haunted by the loss of his small daughter. Each night, was distressed by the frustration of not able to find the car that he absconded after run over the girl.
It's a noir cinema film that through the different scenes, we will showing the nightlife and very quiet of what was Madrid in 1960. The script is mixing the drama of some situations with some excellent touches of humor in charge of major players such as Tony Leblanc "Charles" and Manolo Gomez Bur "Bicho", which interpret magnificently to two losers offenders. Along the movie is an emerging large cast with the best players of that year, as Jose Luis Lopez Vazquez "Inspector Barea", Maria Luisa Merlo, Manuel Alexandre "Luciano" that interprets the prototype of character of "Rodriguez" in a series of magnificent scenes , Maria Luisa Merlo, Julia Gutiérrez Caba, Gracita Morales , Agustín Gonzalez, and others.
It has good photography by Juan Mariné, and an excellent soundtrack very wise for all the script, by the master Augusto Algueró. It's a good movie that can be viewed with great pleasure .
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