Desperado (auf Dt. sinngemäß: Gesetzloser) ist ein Actionfilm des Regisseurs Robert Rodriguez. Desperado ist die erste Fortsetzung von El Mariachi, dem. Besetzung und Stab von Desperado, Regisseur: Robert Rodriguez. Besetzung: Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Steve Buscemi, Joaquim de Almeida. Das exklusive Portrait eines der wichtigsten Künstler unseres Landes. Ein Film von Eric Friedler & Andreas Frege.
Ein schwarz gekleideter Mariachi-Musiker reist mit einem Gitarrenkoffer voller Knarren quer durch Mexiko. Sein Ziel ist es, Rache an dem Drogenbaron Bucho zu nehmen, der einst seine Liebste ermordet und seine linke Hand zerschossen hat. Doch Bucho. Desperado (auf Dt. sinngemäß: Gesetzloser) ist ein Actionfilm des Regisseurs Robert Rodriguez. Desperado ist die erste Fortsetzung von El Mariachi, dem. Desperado (aus dem Spanischen desesperado „verzweifelt“ und englisch desperate „verzweifelt“, „hoffnungslos“, aber auch „verwegen“, „tollkühn“ und. Hasta Pronto! In den Desperado Restaurants bieten wir unser gesamtes Speise - und Getränkeangebot auch als Take Away an! In Moosseedorf erhältst Du 15%. da in der flirrenden Hitze des Sommertages in Gestalt eines schwarzgekleideten Desperados (Antonio Banderas) über sie kommt, sie hätten die Fensterläden. ideas2web.eu - Kaufen Sie El Mariachi Trilogy (Desperado/El Mariachi/Irgendwann in Mexiko) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Bedeutungen:  gesetzloser, rücksichtsloser Mensch. Herkunft: im Jahrhundert von englisch desperado entlehnt.
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Upset by the massacre at the bar, Buscemi convinces El Mariachi to give up his quest for blood. Outside the church, a man armed with throwing knives ambushes them, kills Buscemi and severely wounds El Mariachi.
Bucho's men arrive at the scene, mistake the man who dresses in black for El Mariachi and kill him. They take the body back to Bucho, who realizes they have killed the wrong person, a hit-man named Navajas sent by the Colombians to kill El Mariachi.
As El Mariachi wanders through the streets, he meets the kid with the guitar. He learns that the kid is being used by his father to mule drugs hidden in his guitar.
He angrily confronts the boy, who tells him most people in the town work for Bucho. El Mariachi returns to Carolina and learns that Bucho paid to build her bookstore as another front for his drug-dealing.
Unexpectedly, Bucho pays her a visit, and she hastily hides El Mariachi. She feigns ignorance of the commotion in town, and Bucho leaves. Carolina finishes stitching up El Mariachi's wounds.
That evening, Carolina gives El Mariachi a new guitar, he plays for her before they make passionate love. Meanwhile, Bucho realizes that Carolina lied to him.
In the morning, Bucho's men arrive and attack them while setting the bookstore ablaze. The two fight their way out of the burning building and onto a local rooftop, where El Mariachi gets a clear shot at Bucho but inexplicably chooses not to attempt to kill him.
The two take refuge in a hotel room. Bucho gathers his men and tells them to kill anyone they see in town that they don't know.
Realizing that Bucho will never stop hunting them, El Mariachi calls his friends Campa and Quino in to help. The trio meet up on the edge of town and encounter Bucho's goons.
A massive gun battle ensues, and most of Bucho's goons along with Campa and Quino are killed. El Mariachi sees the kid wounded in the crossfire and rushes him to a hospital.
El Mariachi and Carolina head over to Bucho's compound to confront him directly. It is then revealed that Bucho and El Mariachi are brothers.
Bucho offers to let El Mariachi go if he lets him kill Carolina. El Mariachi kills his brother, then shoots his remaining henchmen.
The two visit the boy in the hospital, and El Mariachi leaves on his own. Carolina catches up to him on the road and picks him up, with El Mariachi initially leaving his weapons on the side of the road.
The two drive away together, but shortly return and pick up the guitar case full of guns just in case. Rodriguez's friend Quentin Tarantino has a cameo as "Pick-up Guy".
After it was submitted to the Motion Picture Association of America , the film was granted an NC due to graphic violence and it had to be severely cut for an R rating.
Among the scenes that were trimmed are the deaths of Tarantino's character and his friend at the bar, as well as Trejo's character.
Owing to the amount of footage the MPAA demanded be removed from the scene, Rodriguez elected to remove the sequence in its entirety, giving the film its current fade-out ending.
Originally, the gun was used by El Mariachi during the second bar shootout when he uses it to shoot the first thug before whipping out his pistols from his sleeves and finishing him off.
In a second deleted scene, the crotch gun was to go off accidentally while Banderas is in bed with Hayek, blowing a hole through the guitar while they were playing it.
The film's score is written and performed by the Los Angeles rock band, Los Lobos , performing Chicano rock and traditional Ranchera music. Todd McCarthy of Variety wrote that the film "could scarcely be more dazzling on a purely visual level, but it's mortally anemic in the story, character and thematic departments.
Now if he can harness that technical facility to a screenplay that's more story than setup, he might really have something. This is primarily thanks to Rodriguez, who not only retains the original movie's kinetic flair, but takes it further.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Columbia Pictures Los Hooligans Productions. Release date. Running time. See also: Desperado: The Soundtrack.
British Board of Film Classification. September 8, Retrieved March 10, In ,Desperado participa la Festivalul "Mamaia" cu piesa " Vine o vreme".
In vara Desperado participa din nou la Festivalul "Mamaia" ,cu piesa " Te pierd". Revenirea in tara a lui Dan Andrei Aldea da o frumoasa oportunitate trupei Desperado de a sustine cateva concerte impreuna cu marele muzician.
Intre si trupa sustine numeroase concerte publice si private si in paralel lucreaza la compozitii noi. Anul aduce o piesa noua-"N-ai fi zas" care a primit si un lyric video si a fost lansata pe Youtube.
Odata cu restrictiile cauzate de pandemia de Covid, Desperado se concentreaza pe noi compozitii. Asa apar piesele "Codu-i frate cu romanul" cu un videoclip realizat din filmari in izolare, "Desperado", "Da-ne,gazda" sau "Azi te las".
In iunie Desperado lanseaza impreuna cu Gentiana melodia "As iubi mai mult" ,iar pe 15 septembrie "You're a beauty",in colaborare cu Tony Poptamas.