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Poachers (1975)
"Furtivos" (original title)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lola Gaos ...
Martina
Ovidi Montllor ...
Ángel
Alicia Sánchez ...
Milagros (as Alicia Sanchez)
Ismael Merlo ...
Cura
José Luis Borau ...
Gobernador (as Jose L. Borau)
Felipe Solano ...
Cuqui
José Luis Heredia ...
Secretario (as Jose Luis Heredia)
Erasmo Pascual ...
Armero
José Riesgo ...
Salvita (as Jose Riesgo)
Beni Deus ...
Gonzalo
Antonio Gamero ...
Guarda
Simón Arriaga ...
Cabo (as Simon Arriaga)
Francisco Ortuño ...
Guardia
Eulalia Boya ...
Monja
Fernando Villena ...
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actual animal killed

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21 September 1977 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Furtivos  »

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ESP 262,062,199 (Spain) (3 March 2000)
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(Eastmancolor)

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1.75 : 1
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Featured in Huellas de un espíritu (1998) See more »

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Un rayo de sol
Performed by Los Diablos
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Beautiful film with an all over the place plot
29 August 2002 | by (Lawrence, KS, USA) – See all my reviews

José Luis Borau's experience as a director of spaghetti westerns shows in his skillful construction of hunting scenes, his choice of eerily beautiful soundtrack music, and his loving depiction of wooded Spanish landscapes outside of Madrid. Borau once told an interviewer that he wanted to make a film about the forest, and one of the most compelling aspects of the film is the cinematography. Overall, the story plays like a cross between Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid's idyllic story of criminals (Ángel the poacher and his girlfriend, Miraglos, a runaway from a boarding school) and Psycho's freaky mother-son relationship, with a handsome ex-boyfriend renegade and a group of doltish Franquist functionaries thrown in to the mix. Charming and weird and visually riveting.


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