Cars and progress made an old carriage-driver jobless and so desperate that he becomes a gangster. When his own son starts a life of crime, he repents and gives himself to the authorities. ... See full summary »
Enrique Santos Discépolo,
Two Gangsters play cards and define a woman's fate.
The director Daniel Tinayre achieves a very interesting technical aspect. Paul Perry, the photographer, makes a very good work, the same as the painter Gregorio Lopez Naguil and his modern setting. Another valuable point is the score by the composer Francisco Balaguer. The strong Mecha Ortiz and Sebastian Chiola's personalities enrich this film noir. George Rigaud is perfect in his role. A new version of "Monte Criollo" (1935) by Arturo S. Mon who wrote the script for this picture and features by Nedda Francy, Florindo Ferrario and Francisco Petrone. Malena (Mecha Ortiz) takes part in a triangle who cheats people by gambling. Two of the men (Rigaud and Chiola) play cards and the one who wins will have the woman...
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