Odor of a Crime (Spanish: El aire de un crimen) is a 1988 Spanish rural crime drama movie directed through Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi consisting of an adaptation of the radical El aire de un crimen through Juan Benet. The forged options Paco Rabal, Maribel Verdú, Chema Mazo, Fernando Rey and Germán Cobos, amongst others.
Set in Fifties Spain, the plot tracks the traits after a corpse belonging to a stranger is located within the village of Bocentellas, situated within the territory of ‘Región’. Upon the coming of the Justice of the Peace, the corpse has been changed through a special one.
The movie was once introduced on the thirty sixth San Sebastián Global Movie Pageant’s reliable variety in September 1988. Dispensed through Tripictures, the movie was once theatrically launched in Spain on 28 October 1988.
Octavi Martí of El País thought to be that the overly “flat” cinematography “does now not at all times do justice to the places and characters”, including as much as different flaws that underpin a rather “dusty smell” relatable now not simply to a movie set within the Fifties, however to a movie shot then too.