Little Thieves, Big Thieves

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100 años de perdón : Little thieves, big thieves
Directed by Alejandro Saderman
Produced by Ezequiel Burguillos, Maye Larotonda, Antonio Llerandi (executive)
Written by Carlos González, Henry Herrera
Starring Orlando Urdaneta
Daniel Lugo
Aroldo Betancourt
Music by Julio d'Escriván
Cinematography Hernán Toro
Edited by Giuliano Ferrioli
Distributed by Alejandro Saderman Producciones
Release date
March 21, 2002 (Germany)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Venezuela
Language Spanish

Little Thieves, Big Thieves (Spanish: 100 años de perdón) is a 1998 Venezuelan gangster comedy film directed by Alejandro Saderman. The film was a considerable success in Germany.[citation needed]


In the wake of a banking crisis, four middle class friends throw a 'white glove' hold up, only to find out that their bank has already gone bankrupt.


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