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Outlaws (2021 film)

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Theatrical release poster
SpanishLas leyes de la frontera
Directed byDaniel Monzón
Written byJorge Guerricaechevarría
CinematographyCarles Gusi
Distributed byWarner Bros Entertainment España S.L.
Release date
  • 25 September 2021 (2021-09-25) (SSIFF)
  • 8 October 2021 (2021-10-08) (Spain)
Running time
129 minutes
Budgetc. 7,000,000 €

Outlaws or The Laws of the Border (Spanish: Las leyes de la frontera) is a 2021 Spanish film directed by Daniel Monzón adapting the novel of the same name by Javier Cercas. It stars Marcos Ruiz, Begoña Vargas and Chechu Salgado.


Set in the Summer of 1978, the fiction follows, Nacho, a 17-year old student living in Girona who befriends Zarco and Tere, two young criminals.[1]

It has been presented as a revisitation of the quinqui film genre.[2][3][4]


  • Marcos Ruiz [es] as Ignacio "Nacho" Cañas.[3]
  • Begoña Vargas as Tere.[5]
  • Chechu Salgado [es] as Zarco.[5]
  • Carlos Oviedo as Guille.[6]
  • Xavier Martín as Gordo.[6]
  • Daniel Ibáñez as Piernas.[6]
  • Jorge Aparicio as Chino.[6]
  • Víctor Manuel Pajares as Drácula.[6]
  • Cintia García as Lina.[6]


Las leyes de la frontera is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Javier Cercas.[5] The screenplay was authored by Jorge Guerricaechevarría.[5] Produced by Ikiru Films, La Terraza Films and Atresmedia Cine in collaboration with Buendía Estudios [es] and Las leyes de la frontera AIE, the film received funding from the ICAA.[5][7] Netflix secured the international rights.[7] It has a reported budget of 7 million €.[7] Directed by Daniel Monzón, shooting lasted for 10 weeks and wrapped in November 2020.[7][8][5] Shooting locations included Girona, Manresa, Montblanc and Costa del Garraf [es].[5] Balter Gallart worked as art director and Carles Gusi as director of cinematography.[9]


The film premiered on 25 September 2021 at the 69th San Sebastián International Film Festival, bringing the festival to a closure.[10]

It is set for a domestic theatrical release on 8 October 2021.[3][11]

The film is set for a 22 November 2021 streaming release on Netflix.[12] It is using the English-language title Outlaws.[13]


Fausto Fernández of Fotogramas gave the film 4 out 5 stars, positively highlighting the triangle formed by the characters Nacho, Tere and Zarco.[14]

Philipp Engel of Cinemanía gave it 3½ out of 5 stars.[15] He wrote that the Begoña Vargas' lead performance ends up eating those from the two male lead performers'.[15] He considered that the atmosphere "halfway" works.[15]

Josu Eguren of El Correo gave the film 2 out ot 3 stars.[16] He considered the film to be "stimulating reflection on the gap between memory and nostalgia" so pervasive in the Spanish contemporary historical discourse but ultimately dominated by "cheating digressive monologues transformed into images".[16]

Federico Marín Bellón of ABC gave the film 4 out of 5 stars, considering it to be "a magnificent portrait, a new and stylized look" of the era already extensively portrayed by the quinqui genre.[17]

See also


  1. ^ "Primeras imágenes de 'Las leyes de la frontera', la adaptación de la novela de Javier Cercas". ABC. 2 June 2021.
  2. ^ "'Me quedo contigo' y con muchas más: las canciones míticas del cine quinqui". Cinemanía. 5 March 2019.
  3. ^ a b c "Trailer en exclusiva de 'Las leyes de la frontera'". El País. 26 August 2021.
  4. ^ "Una buena hornada de estrenos 'made in Spain'". Elle. 21 September 2021.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g "Daniel Monzón culmina el rodaje de 'Las leyes de la frontera', adaptación de la novela de Javier Cercas". Europa Press. 13 November 2020.
  6. ^ a b c d e f "Avance en exclusiva de una escena de 'Las leyes de la frontera': La vertiginosa huida tras el atraco". Antena 3. 28 September 2021.
  7. ^ a b c d "'Las leyes de la frontera', cine quinqui que hizo de la necesidad virtud". Audiovisual451. 15 September 2021.
  8. ^ Zamora, Andrea (3 September 2020). "Comienza el rodaje de 'Las leyes de la frontera', lo nuevo de Daniel Monzón". Sensacine.
  9. ^ Paz, Susana (5 November 2020). "«Las leyes de la frontera» abaixa la persiana". Regió7.
  10. ^ Martínez, Luis (25 September 2021). "'Las leyes de la frontera': Daniel Monzón y la eternidad del héroe quinqui". El Mundo.
  11. ^ Cornellà, Albert; Comas, Meritxell (1 October 2020). "Retorn a la Girona de finals dels 70 amb 'Las leyes de la frontera'". Diari de Girona.
  12. ^ "Las series y películas que llegan a Netflix en noviembre". El Mundo. 28 October 2021.
  13. ^ Lance, Gregory (1 November 2021). "Here's What's New on Netflix in November 2021". Collider.
  14. ^ Fernández, Fausto (5 October 2021). "Crítica de 'Las leyes de la frontera'". Fotogramas.
  15. ^ a b c Engel, Philipp (7 October 2021). "Crítica de 'Las leyes de la frontera'". Cinemanía.
  16. ^ a b Eguren, Josu (9 October 2021). "Crítica de 'Las leyes de la frontera' (2021): Otra forma de recordar". El Correo.
  17. ^ Marín Bellón, Federico (9 October 2021). ""Crítica de 'Las leyes de la frontera"". abcplay. ABC.

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