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Director  Carlos Saura
Music director  Luis de Pablo
Country  Spain
7.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Thriller
Duration  
Language  Spanish
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Release date  November 9, 1966 (1966-11-09)
Writer  Angelino Fons, Carlos Saura
Initial release  June 25, 1966 (West Germany)
Screenplay  Carlos Saura, Angelino Fons
Cast  Ismael Merlo (José), Alfredo Mayo (Paco), José María Prada (Luis), Emilio Gutiérrez Caba (Enrique), Fernando Sánchez Polack (Juan)
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La Caza (English: The Hunt) is a 1966 Spanish film directed by Carlos Saura. The film is a psychological thriller about three veterans of the Spanish Civil War who meet to go rabbit hunting. It was Saura's first international success, winning the Silver Bear for Best Director at the 16th Berlin International Film Festival. It is considered a classic of Spanish Cinema.

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Plot

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José, Paco and Luis, three middle-aged men, veteran Falangists, reunite in a provincial village of Castile, spending a hot summer's day drinking, reminiscing and hunting rabbits. José instigates the hunt. He is in debt because of an impending divorce and is living beyond his means with a younger woman. His main objective at the reunion is to secure a loan from Paco, a shrewd businessman, also unhappily in love and looking for younger women. Paco brings with him Luis, now employed at his factory. Luis is a weak, forlorn individual, an alcoholic addicted to wine, women and science fiction rather than social conviviality or male camaraderie. A fourth member of the group, Enrique, a teenage relative of Paco's comes along for the thrill of the rabbit hunt.

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Meeting at the local bar, the men proceed to a run down farm house and hire Juan and his young niece Carmen to aid them in the hunt, as well as several ferrets to rout the rabbits from their holes. As the hunters prepare their guns, they reminisce about the Civil War and the excitement of hunting men instead of animals. After a few drinks, José asks Paco for a loan; it will cement their relationship, he says. Paco, who has grudgingly been expecting this, refuses, but instead offers José a job.

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During the hunt, the men kill several rabbits and eventually lunch on them. Their relationships become more enstranged as they fret over the past and rebuke each other in several ways. Luis becomes deranged and turns to practice-shooting with a mannequin; he also starts a fire that grows too large and has to be put out. Near the end, Paco kills a ferret; he claims he shot it accidentally, but José feels he did it maliciously. As the hunt gains in intensity, the gunfire becomes more rapid. The smoldering hatred and frustrations of the three men are triggered when Paco is hit by a blast from José's shotgun and falls mortally wounded, into a stream. Luis, enraged by the killing, tries to kill José by running him down with a land rover. José retaliates, shooting at Luis, but the latter manages to survive long enough to shoot at the escaping José and kill him before going down himself. Enrique, unhurt, is left alone in the midst of this carnage, trying to fathom the inexplicable behavior of the three wartime comrades. The movie ends in a freeze-frame as he runs away from the carnage.

Cast

  • Ismael Merlo as José
  • Alfredo Mayo as Paco
  • José María Prada as Luis
  • Emilio Gutiérrez Caba as Enrique (credited as Emilio G. Caba)
  • Fernando Sánchez Polack as Juan
  • Violeta García as Carmen
  • María Sánchez Aroca as La Madre de Juan
  • Reception

    The film was shot in a valley that once witnessed a Civil War battle similar to the one described in the dialogue. Saura won the Silver Bear for Best Director at the 16th Berlin International Film Festival in 1966.

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    References

    La caza Wikipedia
    La caza IMDb La caza themoviedb.org


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