Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Gonzalo Justiniano's El Leyton (Hasta que la Muerte Nos Separe (El Leyton: Until Death Do Us Part) is about a man facing up to an angry village. El Leyton (Juan Pablo Saez) returns to his hometown and is nearly killed by an angry mob. He asks to explain his side of the story. He admits to sleeping with the wife of his best friend, and that he has carried on with more than a few local housewives. Instead of death, the town creates a more fitting punishment. This film was screened at the San Sebastian Film Festival.
extramarital-affair, hometown, punishment, village, womanizer