Overview

On January 24, 1977, right-wing gunmen staged one of the most violent days of the political transition in Spain. His goal was the office of labor lawyers Atocha, in Madrid. Killed four lawyers and a clerk and four other lawyers were wounded. That tragic night became known as "the killing of Atocha".

  1. Juan Antonio Bardem

    Director, Writer

  2. Gregorio Morán

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Manuel Angel Egea

    Luis María Hernando de Cabral

  2. Madeleine Robinson

    Madeleine Robinson

    Adelaïda

  3. Virginia Mataix

    Virginia Mataix

    Pilar

  4. Jacques François

    Jacques François

    Don Thomas

  5. Alberto Alonso

    Cisko Kid

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Seven Days in January

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Facts

Original Title 7 días de enero

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 28, 1979
    16
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    Not recommended for audiences under 16.

Original Language English

Runtime 3h 0m

Budget -

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