Director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza and martial arts star Marko Zaror were buddies in high school; they planned this movie since then. See more »
Your leg should move as naturally as your eyelids. You don't think about blinking, you just blink.
But how can my leg move as fast as my eyelid?
There is nothing that is faster or slower than anything else. Velocity doesn't exist; the eyelid has a time to blink just as the heart has a time to beat, and your leg has a time to knock this pipe out of my mouth.
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This movie is much more than I expected. It kept me interested the whole time, even when the plot was very obvious. The action scenes and all the references to other martial arts movies and even references to animated series like "Grand Prix" and others, kept the movie rolling very well till the end. Congrats to the producing team and everyone in this film, it's just too good to be the first martial arts in the Chilean industry.
P.S. I loved Caterina Jadresic in this film... just lovely. The contact lenses were not necessary, she is beautiful just the way she is, but anyway she looks amazing.
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