Caco is a proud, handsome man, head of a family, and very powerful in the local community. Yet he has been torn to pieces by the death of his beloved daughter. He constantly visits her ...
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Caco is a proud, handsome man, head of a family, and very powerful in the local community. Yet he has been torn to pieces by the death of his beloved daughter. He constantly visits her grave, weeps silently at her photo and has transferred all his wildly protective love and attention onto his physically challenged nephew, Diego. It seems that Diego's father, Caco's brother, is in hiding after having killed a man from the Caravaca family, who are equally powerful in the community. They are looking for vengeance and have come to Caco for justice. When he refuses to betray his brother, the Caravacas grow impatient. When they realize they are getting nowhere, they threaten to kill Diego. Despite his fierce pride, Caco eventually realizes that the cycle of killing and revenge must be broken. But how can he achieve this and protect everyone he loves? Written by
Sujit R. Varma
Closed the Venice Film Festival in 2000. See more »
Nací en Alamo
Lyrics by Tony Gatlif
Musical arrangement by Gritos de Guerra and Tony Gatlif after Dionissis Tsaknis
Singer: Remedios Silva Pisa
Guitars: Emilio Fernándesz de los Santos and Ramón Pisa Borja
Turkish Flute: Kudsi Ergüner
Palmas and Cajon: Rafael García Serrano 'El Electrico'
Chorus: Susana Vizarraga Borja and Alba Pisa Pérez
Guitar Bass: Christophe Munck See more »
It's an excellent film for those that love the music. One can trace the origins of flamenco and, in particular, its links with traditional Arabic music. An authentic passionate piece of art interpreted by authentic real people. Loved every moment of it and wanted to be one of those excellent musicians or dancers.
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