La Caza (The Hunt) (1966) - Rotten Tomatoes

La Caza (The Hunt) (1966)





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The Hunt (original Spanish title: La Caza) involves a less-than-sentimental journey to the onetime battlefields of the Spanish Civil War. Three aging pro-Franco veterans of that tragic contretemps, joined by a teenaged boy, embark upon a rabbit hunt where once they had exchanged gunfire and ideologies. As tensions flare between the trio of grey-haired warriors, the rabbits bear the brunt: they are slaughtered without mercy, much to the dismay of the youngest member of the expedition. This inevitably leads to the accidental death of one of the hunters--and a virtual recreation of the pointless carnage of the Civil War. Director Carlos Saura cowrote his script for The Hunt with Angelino Fons. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


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Crude and unapologetic study of envy, selfishness and resentment and how they slowly find their place in this psychological -and eventually phisical- battlefield among four friends sharing a rabbit hunting trip.

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