José Manuel Gómez Perales alias "El Jaro" lives with his band, also teenagers and their girlfriends. One day he meets Mercedes, a prostitute who want him away from the bad way. Then appears Toñi, a drug addict from which he falls .
Eloy de la Iglesia
José Luis Manzano,
Juan Jose Moreno Cuenca , alias the Heifer , is 23 years old and tells his story as a criminal offender from 1 Ocaña Toledo . Fatherless, the offender has his childhood and how everything changed when her mother went to prison.
José Antonio de la Loma Jr.,
José Antonio de la Loma
Raúl García Losada,
Carmen de Lirio
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Narciso Ibáñez Serrador
Narciso Ibáñez Menta,
María Fernanda D'Ocón,
Dogmatic and stereotyped portrait of delinquency in post-Franco Spain
Along with Eloy De La Iglesia's "Colegas", "Navajeros" or "El Pico", "Perros Callajeros" belongs to that group of movies from the early 80's that dealt with the life-facts of some typical small time thieves- Young boys that used to assault old women, steal cars, and smoke some marijuana... Most of them came from the suburbs of big cities such as Madrid or Barcelona.
So, "Perros calljeros" is not as raw and "ugly" as Eloy de la Iglesias' movies, it's kind of dogmatic and there are no professional actors here. It's nothing but a memory from a time that it looks so far away now, but actually this is the way Spain was less than 30 years ago.
My rate: 3/10
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