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GAL (2006)





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A pair of reporters uncover a secret war that threatens the peace of two nations in this thriller based on actual events. In the 1980s, the Grupos Antiterroristas de Liberacion (or GAL) was an anti-terrorist organization sponsored by the Spanish government that was launched in response to attacks by a Basque revolutionary force, the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (or ETA). However, the GAL developed a reputation for reckless violence and targeting the wrong people, and Spanish progressives regarded them as little more than a gang of hit men. When an innocent Frenchman is killed by GAL forces, the story attracts the attention of Pablo (Abel Folk), a newspaper editor, who assigns two of his best writers, Manuel (Jose Garcia) and Marta (Natalia Verbeke) to look into the GAL and its leadership. As Manuel and Marta learn more about GAL chief Ariza (Jordi Mollà), they unravel a web of violence and corruption that leads to the highest offices in the land. GAL was produced in part by Melchor Miralles, one of the real-life journalists who uncovered the GAL scandal, while the newspaper that carried his stories, El Mundo, provided financing for the picture.


José Garcia
as Manuel Mallo
Natalia Verbeke
as Marta Castillo
Jordi Molla
as Paco Ariza
Ana Álvarez
as Soledad Muñoz
Abel Folk
as Pablo Codina
Tomás del Estal
as Marcel Molina
Juan Gea
as Pablo Ortiz
Ricard Borrás
as Paul Lachambre
Jordi Rebellón
as Carlos Peinado
José Ángel Egido
as José Broca
Mar Regueras
as Fiscal Mateos
Bernard Le Coq
as Presidente del gobierno
Blanca Marsillach
as Moderadora de debate
José Coronado
as El comandante Palacios
Pedro Mari Sánchez
as Juez instructor español
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