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Mala Noche (1986)

If you fuck with the bull, you get the horn!

Genre : Drama

Runtime : 1H 15M

Director : Gus Van Sant
Writer : Gus Van Sant

Synopsis

Mala Noche is the film debut from director Gus Van Sant. The film portrays the unanswered love of an American man toward a young Mexican man.

Actors

Doug Cooeyate
Doug Cooeyate
Johnny
Tim Streeter
Tim Streeter
Walt Curtis
Sam Downey
Sam Downey
Hotel Clerk
Nyla McCarthy
Nyla McCarthy
Betty
Ray Monge
Ray Monge
Roberto Pepper
Robert Lee Pitchlynn
Robert Lee Pitchlynn
Bob Pitchlynn
Gus Van Sant
Gus Van Sant
Guy at Hotel (uncredited)

Crews

Gus Van Sant
Gus Van Sant
Director
Walt Curtis
Walt Curtis
Author
Gus Van Sant
Gus Van Sant
Screenplay
Gus Van Sant
Gus Van Sant
Producer
Peter Dammann
Peter Dammann
Original Music Composer
Karen Kitchen
Karen Kitchen
Original Music Composer
Creighton Lindsay
Creighton Lindsay
Original Music Composer
John J. Campbell
John J. Campbell
Director of Photography
Gus Van Sant
Gus Van Sant
Editor

Trailers and other movies

Mala Noche Trailer (Gus Van Sant, 1985)

Posters and backgrounds

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