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Campo de sangre (2001)

Middle aged Army Captain Jorge appears to have the perfect family. But behind closed doors, he struggles to get along with his wife Nelly. They have been married for eight years and she ... See full summary »

Director:

Gabriel Arbós
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Cast overview, first billed only:
José Luis Alfonzo José Luis Alfonzo ... Capt. Jorge / Husband
Gabriela Salas Gabriela Salas ... Nelly / Jorge's wife
Jimena Anganuzzi Jimena Anganuzzi ... Andrea / Jorge's mistress
Alejo García Pintos Alejo García Pintos ... Pablo
Alicia Zanca ... Marta
Pablo Novak Pablo Novak ... Gonzalo Alcorta
Arturo Maly ... Instruction Judge
Jesús Berenguer Jesús Berenguer ... Don Alcorta
Rodolfo Cuco Rodolfo Cuco ... Secretario de Redacción
Edith Gazzaniga Edith Gazzaniga ... Secretaria Ronzatti
Bibiana Grabowsky Bibiana Grabowsky ... Abogada
Fabián Rendo Fabián Rendo ... Barman
Oscar Rodríguez Oscar Rodríguez ... Oficial Gimenez
Silvina Segundo Silvina Segundo ... Peluqueria
Osvaldo Stefanazzi Osvaldo Stefanazzi ... Cazador
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Middle aged Army Captain Jorge appears to have the perfect family. But behind closed doors, he struggles to get along with his wife Nelly. They have been married for eight years and she wants to have a baby, but physically cannot. He breaks his vows by wooing Andrea, his sexy young receptionist. This extramarital affair leads the way to a shocking murder and heated court battle.

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Drama

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A rare film in Argentine suspense movies.

Mr. Gabriel Arbos manages both film direction and production in a very personal manner, thanks to years of experience as an assistant director. Although his first feature film as a director responded to an industrial proposal (where nevertheless he already demonstrated personnal skills as a intrigue master), "Campos de sangre" might be described as a more personal movie, which blends surprisingly both suspense and reality, now that the story is based on a true incident that took place in the Argentine province of La Pampa. Arbos, by the way, took great production efforts to shoot the film in location where the action took place and that is another compliment to the efficiency of the film.


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Official Sites:

Campo de sangre

Country:

Argentina

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

19 April 2001 (Argentina) See more »

Also Known As:

Field of Blood See more »

Filming Locations:

Argentina

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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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