GenreDrama, History ScreenplayCarlos Saura, Mario Camus CountrySpain
Release date1 September 1964 WriterMario Camus (screenplay), Mario Camus (story), Carlos Saura (screenplay), Carlos Saura (story) CastFrancisco Rabal (José María 'El Tempranillo'), Lea Massari (María Jerónima), Philippe Leroy (Pedro Sánchez), Lino Ventura ("El lutos"), Fernando Sánchez Polack (Antonio), Luis Buñuel (El verdugo) Similar moviesRelated Carlos Saura movies
Weeping for a Bandit (Spanish: Llanto por un bandido) is a 1964 Spanish drama film directed by Carlos Saura. It was Saura's first film in color. It was co-produced with France and Italy, and starred Italian Lea Massari and French-Italian Lino Ventura. Thanks to his friendship with Saura, filmmaker Luis Buñuel has a small role. The film was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival.
Francisco Rabal – José María 'El Tempranillo'
Lea Massari – María Jerónima
Philippe Leroy – Pedro Sánchez
Lino Ventura – El Lutos
Manuel Zarzo – El Sotillo
Silvia Solar – Marquesa de los Cerros
Fernando Sánchez Polack – Antonio (as Fernando S. Polack)