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1958 | B/N | 112 min

A stark, perverse story of murder, kidnapping and police corruption in a Mexican border town.

Country: Estados Unidos
Direction: Welles; Orson
Script: Masterson; Whit, Coen; Franklin, Monash; Paul, Welles; Orson
Production: Zugsmith; Albert, Schmidlin; Rick
Photography: Metty; Russell
Sound: I Carey; Leslie
Music: Mancini; Henry
Cast:Heston; Charlton, Leigh; Janet, Welles; Orson, Calleia; Joseph, Tamiroff; Akim, Dietrich; Marlene
Participation year at FICM: 2011

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