Barbarosa

Synopsis: Karl Westover, an inexperienced farm boy, runs away after unintentionally killing a neighbor, whose family pursues him for vengeance. He meets Barbarosa, a gunman of near-mythical proportions, who is himself in danger from his father-in-law Don Braulio, a wealthy Mexican rancher. Don Braulio wants Barbarosa dead for marrying his daughter against the father's will. Barbarosa reluctantly takes the clumsy Karl on as a partner, as both of them look to survive the forces lining up against them.
Genre: Western
Director(s): Fred Schepisi
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
 
IMDB:
6.5
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
PG
Year:
1982
90 min
70 Views

DAMN, WHERE ARE WE?

WHEW, WE GOTTA FIND SOME SHADE.

GOTTA GET OUT OF THE SUN.

WHOA! WHOA.

TAKE IT EASY.

OH, WE GOTTA FIND SOME WATER.

OH, NO.

WE GOTTA GET PAST THIS.

GODDAMN! STICKERS. OH!

AH! GODDAMN.

OH, THIS IS

A GODFORSAKEN PLACE.

WHOA. WHOA. WHOA. WHOA.

I DON'T WANT THIS

TO MAKE TROUBLE FOR KARL.

WE CAN'T LE IT GO, WHAT KARL'S DONE.

BUT HE'S MY SON, HERMAN.

JA, AND THAT'S MINE

IN THE BOX.

IT WERE AN ACCIDENT.

KARL NEVER MEANT TO KILL AUGUST.

Y'ALL HAVE LOST A SON.

I'VE LOST A HUSBAND.

ISN'T THAT ENOUGH?

WE'LL BE GOING OU AFTER HIM, EMIL.

I CAN'T ALLOW IT, HERMAN.

WE'RE GONNA BURY MY BOY.

THEN WE ARE:

GOING FOR KARL.

JA? OTTO? FLOYD?

- JA, PAPA.

- JA.

IF YOU WANT TO ARGUE

ABOUT IT, ARGUE NOW, EMIL.

WE'RE READY FOR THE PHOTOGRAPH, FOLKS.

COULD Y'ALL GATHER AROUND, PLEASE?

DADDY.

DADDY!

MANOS ARRIBA, GORDO.

WELL, YOU'RE JUS A DAMN FARM BOY.

YES, SIR. BARBAROSA!

NO.

DAMN FOOL. I CAN'T TEACH YOU

PEOPLE A DAMN THING, CAN I?

WHAT ARE YOU DOING

OUT HERE ANYWAY, FARM BOY?

I'M LOOKING

FOR MY DADDY'S COW.

IS THAT RIGHT?

YOUR DADDY LOST A COW, HUH?

OH, NO, SIR. I'M LYING.

HOW LONG YOU BEEN

WITHOUT EATS?

COUPLE OF DAYS.

DIDN'T GET TO PLAN YOUR TRIP

VERY WELL, DID YOU, FARM BOY?

NO, SIR.

LET'S GO GET SOME SUPPER.

WELL,

WHAT ABOUT THIS FELLA?

SOMEBODY WILL BE ALONG TO

TAKE HIM HOME PRETTY SOON.

HE THINKS IT'S A BUG

JUMPIN' IN THE GRASS.

ARMADILLOS AREN' TOO SMART, YOU KNOW.

GET READY TO GRAB HIM.

WHAT DO WE WANT WITH HIM?

WE'RE GONNA COOK HIM FOR SUPPER.

WHAT?

GET READY TO GRAB HIM. REACH

DOWN AND GRAB HIM BY THE TAIL.

GO ON.

GRAB HIM BY THE TAIL?

EASY BOY. EASY.

COME HERE! FAST.

I GOT HIM...

UH, WHOA.

THE SON OF A BITCH

CLAWED ME. OH!

I HURT MY KNEE.

HIT ON SOME ROCK.

THINK YOU CAN GE SOME FIREWOOD?

YOU KNOW THAT FELLA

BACK THERE IN THE CREEK?

NOT HIM PERSONALLY. I KNOW

HIS FAMILY WELL ENOUGH THOUGH.

MUST BE PRETTY BLOODTHIRSTY. THEY'RE

DAMN GOOD PEOPLE, THE ZAVALAS.

DON'T YOU BE TALKING ABOU 'EM, ALL RIGHT? YES, SIR.

JUST SEEMED HE'S AWFUL

IRRITATED AT YOU. THAT'S ALL.

WHAT DOES:

"BARBAROSA" MEAN?

THAT'S WHAT THEY CALL ME.

WHO? ZAVALAS?

YEAH, THE ZAVALAS.

NOW EAT YOUR SUPPER.

YES, SIR.

MY NAME'S KARL ALBERT WESTOFF. UH...

YOU BEEN SHIT OUT OF LUCK EVER

SINCE YOU'S BORN, AIN'T YA, BOY?

I'M FROM UP

IN BLANCO COUNTY.

YOU KNOW WHERE THAT IS?

YOU LEAVE BAD TROUBLE

BACK THERE? YES, SIR.

WELL, THE MEXICANS

GOT A SAYING,

"WHAT CANNOT BE REMEDIED

MUST BE ENDURED."

ALEMN.

VICENTE.

FLIX.

DIEGO.

GUSTAVO.

CRECENCIO.

AND NOW HE HAS:

KILLED LUIS.

BARBAROSA.

HIJO DE LA CHINGADA!

YOU, EDUARDO.

WILL YOU KNOW HIM?

I WILL KNOW HIM...

FROM THE SONGS THAT WE

SING AND FROM THE STORIES.

FIND THIS BARBAROSA.

AND KILL HIM.

KILL HIM FOR ME.

KILL HIM FOR YOURSELF.

KILL HIM:

FOR YOUR FAMILY AS SWORN.

IT'S UP TO YOU NOW, EDUARDO.

WE WAIT HERE TO HONOR YOU...

WHEN YOU RETURN.

BRING HIS COJONES...

ON A STICK.

BRING THEM HERE TO US.

BARBAROSA.

BARBAROSA.

BARBAROSA. BARBAROSA. BARBAROSA.

OR?

YES, SIR.

IF IT'S... SOMETHING WET.

PSALE PARA AC.

THANK YOU.

MY PLEASURE.

OH. IT'S HOT.

THANK YOU.

THAT'S GOOD.

AMIGO, I THINK SHE LIKES YOU.

WELL, NO OFFENSE. I JUS COME IN HERE FOR A DRINK.

MAYBE YOU LIKE:

THIS ONE BETTER, HUH?

SIR...

LOOK, LOOK,

I AIN'T GONNA DO THIS.

I AIN'T GONNA DO THIS. I GOTTA

MAKE SOME MONEY, YOU KNOW.

I DON'T CARE. I CAME

IN... MAKE YOUR PICK.

I CAME IN HERE TO HAVE A DRINK

AND THAT'S IT.

CABRON, YOU GRINGO.

YOU'RE GONNA HAVE TO PAY FOR THIS.

SHE WAS A DAMN GOOD MONEYMAKER.

OH...

OW! GODDAMN IT!

- KARL WESTOFF.

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William D. Wittliff

William D. Wittliff (born January 1940), sometimes credited as Bill Wittliff, is an American screenwriter, author and photographer who wrote the screenplays for The Perfect Storm (2000), Barbarosa (1982), Raggedy Man (1981), and many others. more…

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