as Primo Alejandro
as Primo Antonio
as Primo Tres
as Fernando Caravaca
as Francisco Caravaca
as Primo Caravaca 1
as Primo Caravaca 2
as Pepe Sardina
as Primo Caravaca 3
as La Catalana
as La Coneja
as La Coneja
Critic Reviews for Vengo
The combination of drama and music gives the film a stop-and-go quality, like a mixture of documentary and fiction.
Filled with dazzling moments, Vengo never quite reaches the heights those moments promise.
A starkly beautiful ode to flamenco culture.
Feels like a song you may have heard before, but one whose aching beauty makes it endlessly listenable.
Audience Reviews for Vengo
Freedom, fire, passion and love of boundless dimensions. Vengo successfully portrays the dynamic of one gypsy family from down to Earth moments of personal companionship to the immeasurable desire for life found in musical expression.
a fantastic drama about revenge amongst Gypsy people living in Andalucia. Great acting, and lots of wonderful Flamenco and Arabic music and dance! Helping me with my withdrawal, after a wonderful visit to Spain last September!
Deep Spain, in all its scary glory. The music is truly authentic, the attitudes as well. The under-current subtle explorations with the Arab world are beautiful exposed. Amazing fact is that although the main actor (Antonio Canales) is one of the best Flamenco dancers in Spain, he is restrained not to perform his art in the movie even once... Other will do it for him just fine. Warning: Non Spanish-speaking viewers may loose the message carried through the actors accents, and lose 50% of what makes the movie special... they will be left with an extremely slow, surreal and perhaps apparently incoherent storyline. Approach with care. Para el resto: Una gozada de pelicula. Te mantiene tenso y no sabes por que. Los caracteres son creibles, y la musica y el baile de lo mejor.
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