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I Come (2000)

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Original title: Vengo

Release Date
• USA: Sep 14, 2001
DVD Release Date
• R1: Jul 29, 2003

Official Website:
I Come Website

Running Time
1 hour, 30 minutes

Country France, Germany, Spain, Japan

Studio Cowboy Booking International

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• I Come (2001)
• Vengo

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Genre: Drama, Musical

Plot: Celebrating the art of flamenco dancing and the culture from which it was born, VENGO is about a centuries-old dispute between two gypsy families in Andalusia, Spain. Separated into two groups of constantly battling gangs, the families struggle to move beyond violence to overcome their misunderstandings. Between confrontations, a physically disabled young man, Diego (Orestes Villasan Rodriguez), who has a passion for flamenco music and dance, is entertained by his uncle, Caco (Antonio Canales). Caco, whose own daughter died young, treats Diego like a son. To nurture Diego's love of flamenco, Caco arranges for some of the top performers in the region to come give concerts. In an especially powerful scene, La Caita, a gypsy singer, wails her liberating anthems in a Seville restaurant.

Tony Gatlif (LATCHO DROM, GADJO DILO) directs this culturally rich, soulful film, which uses the rapid tempo of flamenco percussion to express both happiness and pain. A jumping, unsteady camera, and an often blurry focus give VENGO a visually realistic, documentary feeling. Extreme close-ups draw viewers to the characters, while distanced shots of eclectic parties and performances push the viewer back away from the action reinforcing the awe and admiration that spectators enjoy. It is also

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 Directed by
Tony Gatlif
The Crazy Stranger, Exiles, Latcho Drom
 Written by
Tony Gatlif
The Crazy Stranger, Exiles, Latcho Drom
Antonio Canales
Iberia, VIII premios Max de las artes escénicas
Antonio Dechent
Intact, The Day of the Beast, Alone
 Music By
Tony Gatlif
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