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Todos eran culpables (1962)

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A group of rebellious youth find themselves in hot water when a girl is killed while they are partying

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Carlos
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Señor Costa
José Thelman ...
Rafael
Marisol Ayuso ...
Pilar
Francisco Cornet ...
José
Silvana Velasco ...
Adela
Ángel Menéndez ...
Don Alejandro
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Juan García Tiendra ...
El Baberas
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Gonzalo Linares
Marcela Sola
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A group of rebellious youth find themselves in hot water when a girl is killed while they are partying

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By René Denoncin and Georges Jouvin
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Interesting film by director Leon Klimowsky
21 November 2016 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Leon Klimowsky, who was an Argentine director, who, given his versatility, practiced all genres. He especially shone in the police genre, contributing two interesting examples of the genre with "Ella y El Miedo" and "Todos Eran Culpables".

In the case of "Todos Eran Culpables" it can be said that both the development of criminal intrigue and its final resolution are hampered by a script that has some weaknesses and sometimes presents features of implausibility and other times reveals puerility precisely in the Moments that required more brilliance. Although the part of intrigue is irregular or discreet the film has some reinforcements as far as the aesthetics of the black and white are concerned that they are great because they add interest to several scenes and altogether they grant a great visual personality to the film.

This visual aspect is the first thing that catches the attention of a film where the intention of making an interesting social criticism is also felt. It is a very correct work and with suggestive images. I highlights the magnificent actor Luis Prendes who is accompanied by the outstanding actors of those years Ángel Aranda and Manuel Gil and the equally outstanding actress in the 60s Maria Mahor.

The script has an irregular rhythm, sometimes slow but it is necessary to recognize a deep sense of the intrigue and its capacity to maintain a certain restlessness in the mood of the spectator.


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