The Cuenca Crime (Crimen de Cuenca) (1983) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Cuenca Crime (Crimen de Cuenca) (1983)





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In a gross miscarriage of justice, based on an actual event, two men are falsely accused and convicted of the murder of a missing shepherd from a small Spanish village. A despotic district court judge and a right-wing congressman orchestrate the trial. The two men are subjected to brutal torture by sadistic guards to exact a confession of guilt. The men serve 6 years of a 15-year prison term before they are released, and they later discover their alleged victim is alive and well in a neighboring village. The 15-minute torture scene is harrowing, as is the subsequent passage of the exhuming of human corpses. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi


Fernando Rey
as Congressman Contreras
José Vivó
as Don Rufo
Félix Rotaeta
as Secretary
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