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A family scandal causes a wealthy and powerful Mexican rancher to make the pronouncement--'Bring me the head of Alfredo Garcia!' Two of the bounty-hunters thus dispatched encounter a local piano-player in their hunt for information. The piano-player does a little investigating on his own and finds out that his girlfriend knows of Garcia's death and last resting place. Thinking that he can make some easy money and gain financial security for he and his (now) fiancée, they set off on this goal. Of course, this quest only brings him untold misery, in the form of trademark Peckinpah violence.
An American barroom pianist and his prostitute girlfriend go on a road trip through the Mexican underworld to collect a $1 million bounty on the head of a dead gigolo.
SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS<br/><br/>And so it begins with the question, "Who did this to you?", and the reply is "Alfredo Garcia", "Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia", sais the gangleader, and so an incredible cinema legend is born. Car battles, heads in sacks, and gunfights at wedding ceremonies begin, and it is over, it is the kind of movie, like "La Femme Nikita", where you know the gunman isn't afraid and unlike the Bondesque "Nah, you can live", he blows the brains out of the other guy, also there is a woman in this film who for some reason wanders around, completely nude, which is good for some, but I thought was pointless, and her character gets angry at a guy and then starts rolling around with him, which is fine for him, but leaves the viewer scratching their head. Thanks, Sam!
'Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia' starts with a beautiful shot of a pregnant girl doing laundry by the river. Later, we find out that her father is a rich Mexican farmer (Emilio Fernández), who puts a 1 million dollar bounty on the head of the guy who made his daughter pregnant: Alfredo Garcia. Bennie (Warren Oates) hears about this bounty, and goes on a road trip with his prostitute girlfriend Elita (Isela Vega) after the head of Alfredo Garcia, who happens to be her gigolo. The script was written by Peckinpah himself, along with Gordon T. Dawson. What we have here is a very well-written script, in my opinion with quite believable dialogs. The problem is that the first 2/3 of the film portraits this road trip, and although it's quite important for character development, this part of the movie is very boring.<br/><br/>Don't get me wrong, Peckinpah fans. I really enjoyed 'Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia', and though it was much better than others Peckinpah films, such as 'The Getaway' - although I still think 'The Wild Bunch' is the best Sam Peckinpah film. The problem is that I only enjoyed the last 1/3 of the movie. The first 2/3 are boring, and although well- written, were very bad-directed. And what made this part so bad? In my opinion, it's because it focuses on the relationship between Bennie and Elita, and Peckinpah simply doesn't know how to shoot human relations. There is one scene in which Bennie asks Elita to marry him that was so lame it made me wanting to fast forward it. On the other hand, there is another scene where Elita is almost raped by a Biker, in a cameo by Kris Kristofferson, in which Peckinpah was able to transmit so much emotion that you could hardly believe he was the one behind the camera over there. So overall, the beginning of the film serves to character development purposes only, and the real deal starts when Bennie finally finds the head of Alfredo Garcia, and Elita gets sadly killed, in a wonderfully-edited scene.<br/><br/>As I said, I really enjoyed the last 1/3 of the movie, when Bennie finds the head. Here, you get all the classic Peckinpah stuff. The rapid cuts during gunfights, car chases and lots of body, people getting killed and even a few situations that could be called plot twists. And one thing that I find amazing here is the relationship Bennie develops with the head, and this were you realize how important was to show his relationship with Elita during the rest of movie. In conclusion, although I think the 'love scenes' between Bennie and Elita, and therefore, the whole beginning of the picture, bad-filmed, it's in the end that you realize how important those scenes actually are to portrait how dependent Bennie really is, and how he needed Elita up to the point that he developed a special relationship with a dead man's head (!). And much of this depth present in Bennie's character is because of Warren Oates, who delivered a true ground-breaking performance. There is one particular scene were Bennie, after retrieving the head, goes back to his house, and has a conversation (if you can call it that way) with the head that's going to stay in the mind of those who watch the movie for a long time.<br/><br/>In conclusion, 'Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia' is an excellent Sam Peckinpah film, losing only to 'The Wild Bunch' as the American filmmaker's best movie. The first 2/3 of the movie may seem boring and, in my opinion, bad filmed, because it portraits human relations (what Peckinpah simply doesn't know how to film), but Peckinpah makes up in the last third. In this part of the movie, you realize that those scenes were important to character development and to show the depth of the main character Bennie (in an excellent performance by Warren Oates). This last 1/3 of the movie also has what Peckinpah knows how to do best: shoot violence, with gunfights, kills and lots of fake blood. <br/><br/>8/10