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Perros Callejeros is based on the juvenile delinquency of the 1970s and 80s in Spain. The story is set in Barrio de la Mina in Barcelona one of the most conflict neighbourhoods in Spain. The characters chosen were real juvenile delinquents all with criminal records, which the director used to give the film a realistic touch. This film is very powerful and dramatic, it shows how these kids were brought up to survive on the streets.

  1. José Antonio de la Loma

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ángel Fernández Franco

    Ángel Fernández Franco

    El Torete

  2. Nadia Windell


  3. Víctor Petit


  4. Frank Braña

    Frank Braña

    El Esquinao

  5. Xabier Elorriaga

    Xabier Elorriaga

    Padre Ignacio

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Original Title Perros callejeros

Status Released

Release Information

  • December 23, 1977


    Not recommended for audiences under 18.

Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 43m

Budget -

Revenue -



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