With the East Wind

With the East Wind
Directed by Mario Camus
Produced by Francisco Molero
José Antonio Sáinz de Vicuña
Written by Ignacio Aldecoa
Mario Camus
Starring Antonio Gades
Cinematography Juan Julio Baena
Editing by Pablo González del Amo
Release date(s) May, 1966
Running time 87 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

With the East Wind (Spanish: Con el viento solano) is a 1966 Spanish drama film directed by Mario Camus. It was entered into the 1966 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Cast

  • Antonio Gades - Sebastián
  • Vicente Escudero - Montoya
  • María José Alfonso - Lupe
  • Manuel Arbó - El Pesqui
  • Francisco Arenzana - Sargento
  • Imperio Argentina - La madre
  • Mari Paz Ballesteros - Sebastian's Sister
  • Chiro Bermejo - El barbero
  • José Caride - Larios
  • Antonio Ferrandis - tío Manuel
  • Rufino Inglés - El alcalde
  • Juan Lizárraga - Un cliente de la taberna
  • Ángel Lombarte - Maño, el tabernero
  • Luis Marín - Manolo, el barman
  • José Manuel Martín - Zafra
  • Felipe Martín Puertas - Un cliente de la taberna
  • Miguel Palenzuela - Marquise
  • Erasmo Pascual - Cabeda
  • María Luisa Ponte - Carola
  • Fernando Sánchez Polack - Francisco Vázquez
  • José Sepúlveda - Don Baldomero
  • Lluís Torner - El Lango

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