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Heat (1960)
"...Y el demonio creó a los hombres" (original title)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Isabel Sarli
Armando Bo
Horacio Priani
Maruja Roig
Mario Casado
Aníbal Pardeiro
Alejandro del Castillo
Pablo Moret
Brenda Trillo
María Esther Corán
Santiago Pedemonte
Marcel Chanet
Coco Martínez
Miguel Paparelli
Ana Moreno


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10 November 1960 (Argentina)  »

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Sea-lion massacre
25 May 2014 | by (Nilbog) – See all my reviews

A woman wash ashore on a beach crowded with sea-lions. Lo and behold, it's director Armando Bo's wife Isabel Sarli, and next we are treated with a flash-back to explain how she ended up on that beach in the first place.

The younger Isabel Sarli was definitely more appealing to look at, and this movie is nowhere as atrocious as 'Fuego', but don't worry there is still plenty of groans and gasps to come.

So she is lusted over by all kinds of men who get crazy and shoot each other. Either she can't tell no or she just doesn't care! A nightclub scene is suddenly interrupted by a risky S&M stageshow that could be original material, or a kinky insert for the exported release known as 'Heat'. It do come pretty random.

Back at the beach some trappers start lusting over her too, but not before charging the sea-lions with clubs, bashing a couple of them dead and skinning them for the camera! There is a handful of sea-lions dying because the men doesn't get none, but it also seems the sea-lions turn back and massacre one of the trappers. Actually, more sea-lions could make this the best movie of all time!

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