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Bear has never gotten over the separation from his wife and daughter after having been convicted for armed robbery and homicide and sent to prison. Now he is out, to finally get his cut of the money and reunite with his family, or at least avenge the damage done. Written by
Action, one man on his own trying to fight against betray
Un oso Rojo is the best Argentinian film ever, Why? Respect. The movie respects the spectator and is a full emotional ride between Bear trying to make an effort to give her daughter a value. He is a criminal, but he has codes and never will cheat a partner. This movie is the first Urban Western made in my country and is breathtaking. The main actor Julio Chavez gave the performance of his life composing a trouble antihero that fights in his own perspective to be the good guy in the movie. The music is great and the scenario couldn't be better. Adrian Caetano shows us again how to make a true movie about marginality with out low blows and respecting the spectator. Try to see this movie thinking you are an ex convict in a south American country with no skills that the ones the streets gave him. the final scene is one of the best action scenes ever in Argentinian movies. The hero is a man of law in a world of criminals. The bes Argentinian film ever
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