Spanish with English subtitles

With José Coronado, Rodolfo Sancho, Helena Miquel

Inspector Santos Trinidad, a veteran policeman, drinks too much and works too little. Maybe to forget he was once a model officer at the Intelligence Unit now downgraded to Missing Persons. Events turn sour one night and Santos finds himself implicated in a triple homicide in an after-hours club. He cleans up the crime scene and starts the hunt for the one witness who managed to escape. Following his trail, Santos discovers a complicated and sordid network of prostitution and drug trafficking that serves to finance a far more sophisticated criminal plan. Although the official police investigation on the triple murder begins to tighten the net around him, Santos is finally back doing what he does best. No Rest for the Wicked took home an impressive six Goya Awards in 2012, including Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor.

About the Director
Enrique Urbizu directed his first film Your Girlfriend is Crazy in 1987, a comedy starring Antonio Resines and María Barranco. In 1991, he went on to direct his first thriller, Anything for Bread. He later adapted and directed Arturo Pérez-Reverte’s novels Cachito and The Club Dumas for the big screen.This second adaptation became the film The Ninth Gate, directed by Roman Polanski and starring Johnny Depp. In 2001, he directed the thriller Box 507, which won two Goya Awards and several other international awards. He went back to work with Jose Coronado on the film Life Marks, which won the Jules Verne award at the Festival du Cinema Espagnol in Nantes. He has been an associate teacher for seven years at Carlos III University and also teaches several courses at prestigious film schools in Spain.