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Tiempo de morir (1985)

A man is released from prison, and after 18 years, returns to his "pueblo" (village). But in this village, time, in many ways, has stood still. The time served by Juan complied with the ... See full summary »

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Jorge Alí Triana
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gustavo Angarita Gustavo Angarita ... Juan Sayago
Sebastián Ospina Sebastián Ospina ... Julian Moscote
Jorge Emilio Salazar Jorge Emilio Salazar ... Pedro Moscote
María Eugenia Dávila María Eugenia Dávila ... Mariana
Lina Botero Lina Botero ... Sonia
Enrique Almirante Enrique Almirante ... Mayor
Carlos Barbosa Carlos Barbosa ... Doctor
Mónica Silva Mónica Silva ... Sonia's Mother
Héctor Rivas Héctor Rivas ... Don Tulio
Luis Chiape Luis Chiape ... Hairdresser
Reynaldo Miravalles Reynaldo Miravalles ... Casildo
Lucy Martínez Lucy Martínez ... Rosa
Edgardo Román Edgardo Román ... Diego
Nelly Moreno Nelly Moreno ... Prostitua
Patricia Bonilla Patricia Bonilla ... Girl of market
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A man is released from prison, and after 18 years, returns to his "pueblo" (village). But in this village, time, in many ways, has stood still. The time served by Juan complied with the court's justice, but not with some villagers. There are some who still seek true justice. Written by GMeleJr

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Country:

Colombia | Cuba

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

23 January 1987 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

A Time to Die See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Good remake of Gabriel Garcia Marquez' TIME TO KILL
5 March 2000 | by GMeleJrSee all my reviews

This 1985 Colombian/Cuban production had a hard act to follow, its excellent 1965 precursor by the great Mexican director, Arturo Ripstein. This version OF TIEMPO DE MORIR is a worthy remake. Its mix of Cuban and Colombian characters (though discernible by most Latin-Americans) create a non-descript Latin American atmosphere, in equally non-descript Latin American locations. This is of course in line with the author's intentions, so this Pan-Latin American feel is felt almost as well in this film as in Garcia Marquez' books. The likewise pan-Latin American themes of machismo, family honor, Catholicism, law through gun power, oppressed women, and revenge are very well presented throughout the script and by the camera. This is a little-known Latin-American film worth watching.


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