The Feast of the Goat Trailer

The Feast of the Goat Trailer (2006)

11 February 2006 Drama 132 mins

Urania Cabral returns to Santo Domingo, after several years, and remembers her and her family's relationship to Rafael Trujillo, the Dominican dictator, as well as the events surrounding his assassination.

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Cast

Tomás Milián

as Rafael Leonidas Trujillo

Juan Diego Botto

as Amadito García Guerrero

Paul Freeman

as Agustín Cabral

Shawn Elliott

as Johnny Abbes

David Zayas

as Antonio de la Maza

Steven Bauer

as Juan José Viñas

Catherine Bliss

as Magnolia Viñas

Carlos Miranda

as Antonio Imbert Barrera

Eileen Atkins

as Aunt Adelina

Gary Piquer

as Galindez

Jordan Lage

as Gral. Pupo Román

International Titles

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The Feast of the Goat Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 11 February 2006

Greece 04 July 2006

United States 14 September 2006

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