At the beginning of this century some owners of rubber plantations in the Amazonas jungle convert a village into one big prison. But the inhabitants have other plans...

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Arquimedes
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Claudia
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Howard
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Carmelo Sierra
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Manuela Aranda
Jorge Luke ...
Ramiro
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Mario Buendía
Milton Rodríguez ...
Aranda
Carlos East ...
Scott
Carlos Nieto ...
Yusulaki
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Joao (as Miguel Burciaga)
Alfredo Wally Barrón ...
Saldaña (as Wally Barrón)
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First Bodyguard
Jorge Reynoso ...
Second Bodyguard (as Jorge Reinoso)
John Fonseca ...
Blanchard
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At the beginning of this century some owners of rubber plantations in the Amazonas jungle convert a village into one big prison. But the inhabitants have other plans... Written by Volker Boehm

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A treacherous escape through the Amazon inferno.

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Adventure

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1979 (Mexico)  »

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Slaves from Prison Camp Manaos  »

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Rip Roaring jungle adventure.

Sheer brutality and humiliation is the daily lot of the slaves on the rubber plantations in S America at the turn of the 20th century. This is a little cracker of a film, quite notorious, but it really is more to do with what you think you may have seen. Jorge Riveros character is just a little too flawed to be the hero, so its left to fabulous Fabio Testi to be the main man to cheer on. Florinda Bolken pops up as an evil rubber traders wife. Unearth and adore.


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