After two bank robbers take hostages, one of them rapes the bank cashier and then tries raping Sylvia (Sylvia Kristel), the bank manager. The other robber is Ricardo, the bank president's son and brother of Julio, Sylvia's fiancé. Can Julio free his fiancé and the other hostages?
Benito a railway switchman, one day hears a bugle call and go across a squad of American riders. Fearing an invasion, will look for help, but no more than the making of a film. The appearance of Benito on the set coincides with an explosion of dynamite that does blow. That's how Benito enters into contact with the amazing world of cinema.
An ambitious young woman from a wealthy family, but unsatisfied with her social position, will not hesitate to use all that is within her reach to achieve her ascent in society.
Madrid, 1924. A ne'er-do-well in his 30s, perpetual disappointment to his aging military father, hatches a plan to rob the mail train to Andalusia. He intends the hit to be bloodless, but complications arise soon.
In a fictitious South American country there's lots of political tension, the labor-unions have all their members on strike. The public demands the return of politician B. from exile. However private trucker Pal can't afford to strike, so he's beaten up and his truck burned. In the headlines he's described as strike-breaker. This is only part of an intrigue which shall get him to murder B.
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Osa de la Vega, Cuenca, Spain, 1913. Gregorio and León, employees on the estate of the village's mayor, a powerful landowner, are arrested and accused of the murder of José María el Cepa, a shepherd who mysteriously disappeared three years earlier.
A band of medieval mercenaries take revenge on a noble lord who decides not to pay them by kidnapping the betrothed of the noble's son. As the plague and warfare cut a swathe of destruction throughout the land, the mercenaries hole up in a castle and await their fate.
A story of a family whose father tries by all means to maintain the strictest ethics and morality ... or at least appear so. His beautiful young daughter tries to emancipate hereself and looks for a job, but the chance is that the first thing that comes out is underwear seller. She starts to work and problems start for all.
Javier lives with his mother in a modest apartment. He conducts surveys on the effectiveness of ads. This work provides a humble earning for the two of them. One day he meets Juna at a bus stop. He tries to ask her out, but she refuses. A few days later, they meet again. Slowly a relationship develops, but her plan is to marry someone rich. Javier's wealthy uncle included him in his testament, so Juna talks Javier into killing the uncle.
Yo amo a Paquita Gallego is a Spanish language television drama series from Colombia which aired in 1998 and 1999. The drama is loosely based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. It features the typical love-hate scenarios found in television soap operas. The drama starred Cristina Umaña, Andres Juan and Victoria Gongora.