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El caso del cadáver descuartizado 

May 1, 1929. A decomposing headless body is found inside an abandoned wooden box in Madrid's Atocha train station. The victim is later identified as a Barcelona businessman that vanished six months before.

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Arnau Vilardebó ...
Ricardito (as Arnau Vilardebo)
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Asensio Obregón
Francisco Guijar ...
Pablo Casado
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Inspector Roig (as Jose Mª Pou)
Will More ...
Figueras (as Joaquin Navascues)
Tony Isbert ...
Agente de ferrocarriles
Francisco Jarque ...
Casero de Pablo
Mario Gas ...
Ex-socio de Pablo
Pedro Luis Lavilla ...
Ayudante de Roig (as Pedro L. Lavilla)
José Luis Aguirre ...
Lola (as J. L. Aguirre)
Juan Carlos Montalban ...
Amigo de Asensio (as J.C. Montalban)
Carles Canut ...
Médico (as Carlos Canut)
Paco Catalá ...
Policía (as Francisco Catala)
Pep Corominas ...
Camarero
Manuel Díaz Velasco ...
Comisario (as M. Diaz Velasco)
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May 1, 1929. A decomposing headless body is found inside an abandoned wooden box in Madrid's Atocha train station. The victim is later identified as a Barcelona businessman that vanished six months before.

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Echanove was too young.¡¡¡
30 July 2015 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Its fifth chapter of this wonderful series that dark murders in Spain of the early twentieth century are addressed.

While it is true that as chapters advance the series loses strength and intensity, nothing remains its important documentary value whose contribution doubly dignify the efforts of its various directors to recreate a retrograde and decadent society.

Ricardo Franco offers a reflection of Spain in continuous war against homosexuality, unable to overcome the burden of a macho society. This reflex is a constant in "La Huella Del Crimen" and notes that religion remains a real power capable of altering policy decisions and decide human lives ....

If the chapters in this series were shocking was because they were good films, the signing directors like Vicente Aranda, Bardem ... .., But the truth is that this film is not up to the other two: "Captain Aranda" and above all "Jarabo" great with a stunning interpretation of Sancho Gracia.


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