Four young women ride together in the remote countryside of La Plata. On the way, they witness a crime. A local gang of trash shot a girl and left her for dead. The friends drag the victim ...
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Four young women ride together in the remote countryside of La Plata. On the way, they witness a crime. A local gang of trash shot a girl and left her for dead. The friends drag the victim into their car and rush to the nearest police station. When they reach a village, the girl has bled to death and they want to make a statement. When the leader of the gang walks in, they discover to their dismay that he is the boss of the local police. With the foot on the accelerator, the girls drive away as quickly as possible. However, the gang manages to overtake them and get stuck. What follows is a terrible ordeal and a merciless, violent circle of bloody revenge and revenge.Written by
Attending horror conventions you were noticed that this would become an instant classic. To have so much fuss it must have been something special and face it, how many Argentinian flicks do make it to Europe? Adrián García Bogliano had made already a lot of flicks and even wrote them but naturally by doing it in Spanish it never got any of our attention.
No Moriré Sola is a straight in your face grindhouse. If you could dig the original rape/revenge flicks like I Spit On Your Grave (1978) then I should recommend this one too. The story is written in a few sentences but ho, it really works.
It works because it doesn't contain arty farty shots or CGI. It works because the overall look of this flick is cheap. No flashy effects or colour grading. It works because it goes slowly to involve towards the roughness at the end. Due being a revenge flick it doesn't have too much gory shots, it is even a bit low on the red stuff but the brutality is what gives you the creeps. The rape scene is also really slow and it goes on and on from one girl to another. On that part the girls go full frontal and even now and then a guys dick is shown. So for those with a weak stomach I wouldn't recommend it.
It's one of those flicks that could happen, being at the wrong place at the wrong time and seeing that something isn't right, of course to us South America is known for its corruption which is exploited here too.
The acting was believable especially from the 4 girls getting into trouble. And the score did at a bit of weirdness all over this flick.
I'll Never Walk Alone is for the grindhouse/exploitation buffs, others will be offended in a way Irreversible did.
Gore 2/5 Nudity 3,5/5 Effects 3/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
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