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Dancehall "girl" Rosie Velez, lost in the desert, is helped to safety by gunman Abel Wood. In the town of Chili Verde, at the saloon of Marguerita Ventura, a word of a treasure in gold brings Abel into conflict with outlaw Hard Case Williams and his gang.Written by
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The name of the little Western town in New Mexico, USA was "Chili Verde". The name of the myth associated with the village was "The Legend of Chili Verde". See more »
Lose your way, Honey?
Well, it's the cockroach's shift. *I* sleep from 3 to 10.
If you don't like this place, you can git.
Oh, yeah. Well I ain't going nowhere until I find that gold that everybody's been so careful *not* to mention.
You think you can just breeze into town and dig it up, huh? Buena suerte. Some of us have been looking for it for *years*.
You can tell.
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Perhaps Divine's greatest acting captured on film. This is not a film for all tastes. Perhaps it is a little over the top in some aspects and might leave some viewers wondering what they have just watched, in some scenes it evokes true emotion and humanity.
Life, love, and even death are depicted as they sometimes seem to be... senseless, unintentionally funny, and heartbreakingly sad.
Lainie Kazan plays like the proverbial "whore" with a heart of gold and also a heart of pure stone. Divine somehow comes off as a happy loser, but one you want to root for.
"Lust In The Dust" plays like farce, suspends belief, but ultimately laughs at itself knowingly.
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