After finding his grandfather's Shaolin medallion, Braulio gets mixed up with Mexican gangsters whom end his peace, he'll handle this mess the old fashioned way - Yet his greatest rival is also the hottest Kung Fu babe in all of China.
Peter Van Lengen
During a night of partying, a normal group of friends get in trouble with Aunt Marilyn, a mobster and the owner of a well-known club in Santiago. To come out of the mess, the friends will go from expert boozers to fledgling gunslingers.
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
Director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza and martial arts star Marko Zaror were buddies in high school; they planned this movie since then. See more »
So what should I tell her? That yesterday I dreamt about her?
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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Classic kung fu spaghetti western salad from Chile!!!!
Amazing, the soundtrack will blow the mind of all the fanatics of Morricone or Bacalov... a lot of spaghetti western influence like Tarantino's Kill Bill, plus bloody gore fx zatoichi style. Zaror was very good in the fights , and also he has a lot of charisma , but my favorite one was Miguel Angel DeLuca, the Kung Fu sensei who plays the bad guy in the film, a really great performance full of intense moments , like the tragic flashbacks (you will remember Leone in one of them). A very entertainment film that has quality and heart. Back off Tonny Jaa , here comes Kiltro!. I recommend this film to all the fans of the old kung fu films, spaghetti western, Miike, Tonny Jaa and martial arts.
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