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S.O.S. invasión (1969)

Director:

Silvio F. Balbuena

Writer:

José Luis Navarro (screenplay) (as José Luis Navarro Basso)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jack Taylor ... Martin Zare
Mara Cruz Mara Cruz ... Susana
Diana Sorel Diana Sorel ... Marta
José María Tasso ... Marcelo (as Jose Maria Tasso)
Nuria Crespo Nuria Crespo
Joseph Lluck Joseph Lluck
Beatriz Alba Beatriz Alba
Mercedes Parra Mercedes Parra
Tessa Salarny Tessa Salarny
Blanca María Guete Blanca María Guete ... (as Silvana Sandoval)
Aramis Ney Aramis Ney ... (as Aramis Ney Baglivi)
María Esperanza Navarro ... (as María Esperanza Navarro Basso)
Antonio Jiménez Escribano ... Sr. Comisario (as Antonio Jimenez Escribano)
Antonio Pica ... Tío de Susana
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Genres:

Sci-Fi

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

22 September 1975 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

S.O.S. Invasion See more »

Filming Locations:

Algarve, Portugal See more »

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Production Co:

IMT Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Beyond everything
12 March 2002 | by aoi tsukiSee all my reviews

A bunch of robots from outer space come to earth, landing on the Spanish Mediterranean coast. They come from the galaxy Epsilon Eridani so, obviously, they use dead human corpses to go unnoticed on earth.

Surprisingly all of these alien robots look like the typical Swedish ladies that came to Spain in the sixties to get a suntanned and show their bikinis.

The main characters, a blonde guy and his girlfriend will try to stop the invasion. Spanish outstanding cult-actor Jose Maria Tasso appears in a small role. Add also some drops of enjoyable and colorful pop touches; including cameo of a Spanish pop music group of the sixties.

"S.O.S Invasion" is far beyond everything. With dialogues such as "We are robots... we work with a complex system of transistors... or something like that!", the audience will never feel indifferent. In fact, you will laugh with the dialogues and you will laugh more with the characters. The weird direction, edition and art direction are most of the time unbelieveable, opening new horizons in film narration.

Dazzling and really wonderful film that must be understood from a different point of view in film making. A jewel.


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