Tag Archives: Armando Bo

Armando Bo – Fiebre AKA Fever (1971)

Sandra (Isabel Sarli) was married to a racehorses landowner. They do not love each other. One day, while walking, she meets Jose Maria (Armando Bo), a hard woodsman. They become lovers; and the basis of the relationship is unrestrained sex, irresistible to both. But, after some time, the husband finds out the relationship. Read More »

Armando Bo – El último amor en Tierra del Fuego AKA Last Love in Tierra del Fuego (1979)

The conflict of a good man fighting between two loves: the violent love for a fascinating woman and the tender love for the little son, orphaned of a mother. Read More »

Armando Bo – Furia infernal AKA The Hot Days (1973)

Barbara is a sexy stripper, but she is dedicated to her husband. When a rich and above-the-law land-owner orders the murder of her husband to get her, she plans, and conducts, deadly revenge. She starts by intriguing between the rich man and his sons, who also had abused her, so that he has two of them killed, and then she sets out against the actual killers, shooting them herself, and leaving the old lecher and his older son to the last. The final confrontation has some surprises, though. Read More »

Armando Bo – El trueno entre las hojas AKA Thunder Among the Leaves (1956)

A true Argentine cult classic. The first movie starring Isabel “La Coca” Sarli, featuring the first full frontal nude of Argentine cinema. Armando Bo and Isabel Sarli would later have a long lasting relationship and collaborate in almost 30 movies along 25 years.

El trueno entre las hojas is based on a Augusto Roa Bastos’ tale. At a sawmill where labourers are inhumanly exploited, the arrival of the landlord’s young and beautiful wife makes years of rising tensions finally unleash a worker’s revolt. Read More »