Spain, 1944, a country in turmoil, times are hard. Almost bankrupted by his late father's gambling debts, Ricardo, is forced to scrape a living as a shoe-shine boy, in order to care for his...
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Spain, 1944, a country in turmoil, times are hard. Almost bankrupted by his late father's gambling debts, Ricardo, is forced to scrape a living as a shoe-shine boy, in order to care for his recently widowed sister and to keep them in their family home. Ricardo and his life-long buddies work together as a gang, extracting money from debtors for the town's rich and powerful. When the code of loyalty, that has bonded the four friends for so long, is tested to the limit, it takes them on a terrifying journey into an increasing spiral of violence.Written by
Pedro J. Mérida
Composer Diego Navarro only had forty days to score the movie. Some back and forth in the editing room caused that cues previously approved by director Jaime Falero had to be re-written and re-orchestrated. The score was recorded by the prestigious Tenerife Symphony Orchestra. See more »
As long as you have been able to watch a movie without pretensions to break the lockers and wash the brain to the people, from the beginning it has a plot that engages you, well cared and well interpreted characters to leave with your mouth open,I don't want to make spoilers so it's best to see it because it's a movie that will not leave you indifferent like so many miles of movies that go unnoticed today, this film will leave you a big mark.
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