Overview

Madrid, the beginning of the century. One day, the police inspector Santos Trinidad coming home very drunk, is involved in a triple murder. But there is a witness who managed to escape and that could incriminate him. Santos undertakes an investigation to locate and eliminate the witness. Meanwhile, Chacón a judge in charge of investigating the triple murder, meticulously advances in the search for the murderer. Santos and Chacon soon discover that what seemed a simple case of drug trafficking is actually something far more dangerous.

  1. Enrique Urbizu

    Director

  2. Michel Gaztambide

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. José Coronado

    José Coronado

    Santos Trinidad

  2. Helena Miquel

    Helena Miquel

    Chacón

  3. Rodolfo Sancho

    Rodolfo Sancho

    Rodolfo

  4. Juanjo Artero

    Leiva

  5. Pedro Mari Sánchez

    Pedro Mari Sánchez

    Ontiveros

Full Cast & Crew

No Rest for the Wicked
No Rest for the Wicked

Facts

Original Title No habrá paz para los malvados

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 21, 2011
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 54m

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