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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Two Monks (1934) DVD-R

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Starring Víctor Urruchúa, Carlos Villatoro, Magda Haller, Beltrán de Heredia, Emma Roldán

Paul Page

Directed by Juan Bustillo Oro



Print: Black and White

Runtime: 85 Min.

Genre: Drama

Subtitles: English subtitles



In a Gothic-styled monastery, a monk named Javier sees the face of another monk, Juan, and suddenly attempts to

bludgeon him to death with a heavy crucifix. Both men then relate their own versions of a story of romantic rivalry

between them. Javier, a consumptive musician, fell in love with and was betrothed to Anita. When his old friend Juan

appeared, he was ecstatic. But soon, it seemed that Juan was making a play for Anita. When Javier found them in an

apparently compromising position, a tussle ensued, and Anita was accidentally shot and killed. The two versions of

the story differ significantly in Juan's motivations and in the details of Anita's death. Both men later became monks,

leading to their latest encounter. As Juan begins to recover from the blow, Javier is subjected to horrific hallucinations.


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Starring Víctor Urruchúa, Carlos Villatoro, Magda Haller, Beltrán de Heredia, Emma Roldán
Paul Page
Directed by Juan Bustillo Oro

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 85 Min.
Genre: Drama
Subtitles: English subtitles

In a Gothic-styled monastery, a monk named Javier sees the face of another monk, Juan, and suddenly attempts to
bludgeon him to death with a heavy crucifix. Both men then relate their own versions of a story of romantic rivalry
between them. Javier, a consumptive musician, fell in love with and was betrothed to Anita. When his old friend Juan
appeared, he was ecstatic. But soon, it seemed that Juan was making a play for Anita. When Javier found them in an
apparently compromising position, a tussle ensued, and Anita was accidentally shot and killed. The two versions of
the story differ significantly in Juan's motivations and in the details of Anita's death. Both men later became monks,
leading to their latest encounter. As Juan begins to recover from the blow, Javier is subjected to horrific hallucinations.

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