Los Golfos (The Delinquents)
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Los Golfos (The Delinquents)
In cold print, 1960's Delinquents sounds like a Spanish-language precursor to a Mickey Rourke/Sean Penn flick of the 1980s. The delinquents of the title are three restless slum kids, given to petty thievery. When one of the boys expresses a desire to become a bullfighter, the others pool their energies to pull one big heist in order to finance their pal's dream. The would-be bullfighter makes a disastrously dismal debut in the ring, and the gang is rounded up by the cops. Delinquents was originally released in Spain as Los Golfos, but might have been more appropriately titled Los… More