Vengo Princes Films presente en coproduction avec Arte France Cinema et Astrolabio Producciones (Espagne) avec la participation de Canal+ et ... ; writer, Tony Gatlif ; directors, Tony Gatlif, Álvaro Alonso.

After his brother has murdered a member of a rival gypsy clan and gone into hiding, Caco becomes both the de facto figurehead of his 'family' and protector of his handicapped nephew. As tension mounts between the two clans, the threats of revenge against the nephew for the crime of his fat...

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Corporate Authors: Princes Films. Arte France cinéma (Firm) Astrolabio Producciones. Studio Canal+. Home Vision Entertainment (Firm)
Other Authors: Gatlif, Tony, 1948- Alonso, Alvaro. Canales, Antonio. Rodriguez, Orestes Villasan. Dechent, Antonio. Bobote. Corrientes, Juan Luis, 1972- Rebollo, Fernando Guerrero. Rios, Francisco Chavero. Ramirez el Cheli, Jose. Llorente, Juan Luis Barrios. Pouget, Thierry. Dairou, Pauline. De Chassey, Amélie. De la Calle, Nieves. Sousa, Ana. Brassart, Brigitte. Mercier, Denis.
Format: Video DVD
Language:Spanish
English
Published:[United States] : Home Vision Entertainment, [2003], ©2000.
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Summary:After his brother has murdered a member of a rival gypsy clan and gone into hiding, Caco becomes both the de facto figurehead of his 'family' and protector of his handicapped nephew. As tension mounts between the two clans, the threats of revenge against the nephew for the crime of his father are played out against a backdrop of rapturous flamenco music and dance performances.
Item Description:Originally released as a motion picture in 2000.
Special features: "Los Almendros - Plaza nueva": a short film about Gitano's life; interviews with Antonio Canales and Antonio Dechent; writer and director Tony Gatlif's filmography; trailers from Vengo and Gatlif's newest film, "Swing."
Physical Description:1 videodisc (89 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Format:DVD, Region 1, widescreen presentation (2.35:1); Dolby digital 5.1 surround sound.
Awards:César Awards, France, 2001: César - Best Music Written for a Film (Meilleure musique) (Tomatito, Sheikh Ahmad Al Tuni, La Caita, Tony Gatlif)
Production Credits:Director of photography, Thierry Pouget ; editor, Pauline Dairou ; music, Amélie de Chassey ; costume designers, Nieves De la Calle, Ana Sousa ; production designers, Brigitte Brassart, Denis Mercier.
ISBN:0780026829
9780780026827
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