Paloma Cela before her off-camera death in 'Blood and Guns'
Paloma Cela (1946 - )
Blood and Guns (Tepepa; Long Live the Revolution) (1970) [Consuelo]: Commits suicide (off-camera) by shooting herself, after being raped by Tomas Milian and then discovering that Tomas' men have killed her father. We only hear the shot as some officers arrive too late to stop her. Shown in a flashback sequence when Orson Welles recounts the events to John Steiner.
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