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Cadena perpetua Trailer (1979)

09 August 1979 Drama, Thriller, Crime 95 mins

"El Tarzan" Lira is an ex-convict who decides to give up his criminal past and reform his life. However, a corrupt policeman blackmails him leaving "El Tarzan" no other option but to continue committing robberies. Adapting the genre conventions of the film noir to the Mexican context, Ripstein's film focuses on Mexican police corruption and questions the judicial system.

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Pedro Armendáriz, Jr.

as Javier Lira "El Tarzán"

Narciso Busquets

as Comandante Prieto

Ernesto Gómez Cruz

as Cabo Pantoja

Ana Ofelia Murguía

as Señora Romero

Roberto Cobo

as Gallito

Angélica Chain

as Rosa Martínez

International Releases Dates

Mexico 09 August 1979

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