Vengo (film)

Vengo is a 2000 Spanish-French-German-Japanese film by Tony Gatlif. It is the passionate story of a blood feud among Spanish Gypsies that centers on Caco, a proud man who must fight for his family's honor and safety. An ode to the artistry and magic of flamenco dancing and music, Vengo is a drama set against the compelling backdrop of two Andalusia gypsy families locked in an age-old struggle for power.[1] The dramatic film also features a performance by the famed Spanish flamenco singer "La Caita" (Maria del Carmen Salazar) and many other performers. It was the closing film at the 57th (2000) Venice International Film Festival.[2]

Vengo
Directed byTony Gatlif
Produced byTony Gatlif
Luis Ángel Bellaba
Written byTony Gatlif
David Trueba
StarringAntonio Canales
Music byTony Gatlif
CinematographyThierry Pouget
Edited byPauline Dairou
Production
company
Release date
2000
Running time
90 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguagesFrench
Spanish

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  1. ^ Vengo, retrieved 2017-08-18
  2. ^ Indiewire (12 September 2000). "Venice 2000 REVIEW: 'Andalusian Dog, Gatlif's 'Vengo'".

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