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Kiltro (2006)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Drama | 20 April 2006 (Chile)
The leader of a Chilean gang uses martial arts to protect a girl from a bully.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Marko Zaror ... Zami
Caterina Jadresic ... Kim
Miguel Angel De Luca Miguel Angel De Luca ... Max Kalba
Man Soo Yoon Man Soo Yoon ... Terán
Alejandro Castillo Alejandro Castillo ... Maestro Soto
Roberto Avendano Roberto Avendano ... Nik Nak (as Roberto Avendaño)
Ximena Rivas Ximena Rivas ... Sara
Daniela Lhorente Daniela Lhorente ... Romina
Luis Alarcón Luis Alarcón ... Farah
Pablo Cerda ... Max Kalba Joven
Pablo Chuyin Pablo Chuyin ... Yun
Nikola Bahna Nikola Bahna ... Omar
Mauricio Diocares Mauricio Diocares ... Calavera
Raziel Yi Raziel Yi ... Chon
Cristian Cho Cristian Cho ... Ayato


Chilean brawler and stuntman Marko Zaror marks his emergence onto the international action scene with this fast-paced martial arts film about the leader of a small Chilean street gang who finds redemption by standing up for the people he loves most. Written by Anonymous

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You touch her, you die.


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Master Teran (Man Soo Yoon) is a real martial arts master. His school is in the same Korean neighborhood where Kiltro was shot. He was found when Kiltro people were looking for locations. See more »


Zamir: So what should I tell her? That yesterday I dreamt about her?
Calavera: Not that literal. I don't know, man, you have to put some feeling into it. Tell her, "Yesterday I saw you." And she is going to say, "Where?" And you say, "In a dream."
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Cheesy, very tongue-in-cheek and enjoyable with it
5 February 2009 | by grandmastersikSee all my reviews

Hmm, so, having played up the stereotypes of Latino amour: passion, obsession and blood-searing rage, this one basically makes a bit of a hash of the script, with some Serrano Family-like boy-talk, lots of jumps and kicks, a bit of hit-and-miss humour and a stunning leading lady whom I personally had trouble taking my eyes off of!

The story is simple yet bizarre in its flash-backs and editing and where Zamir - the "hero" - can either be interpreted as a stalker or loved-up boy without a clue as of how to express himself (just as the beautiful Kim can be called either the ingénue unsure how to prompt Zamir, or a total bitch and tease), it all equates to a bit of fun to add something extra to an otherwise two-dimensional plot (not to mention laugh-out-loud memories of Zamir punching out any man who dares so much as look at her!).

Other users here may see this and HATE the computer-animated blood effects poorly tacked on afterwards to give the film a bit of wholly unnecessary gore, but bare in mind that this flick is incredibly low budget, don't allow this and some of the terrible studio backdrops to ruin it for you and you'll find a film that just wants to kick a lot of butt and have a lot of fun in the process.

Still, budget restraints aside, the final shot of Zamir walking off into the painted sunset, clearly not making any ground on the running machine he's made walk upon just has to be intentionally funny.

I was going to give this film a 7 for effort but a 6 is about right - just keep an eye open for the impressive Marko Zaror, who deserves a brighter future. For Caterina whatever-her-name-is (okay, Jadresic) who plays Kim, I'll rate it a 10.

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Spanish | Korean

Release Date:

20 April 2006 (Chile) See more »

Also Known As:

Kiltro See more »

Filming Locations:

Atacama Desert, Chile See more »


Box Office


$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Mandrill Films See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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