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.
A powerful Chilean gangster uses everything in his power to stop the woman that wants to kill him, a sexy mercenary known as "the machinegun woman". The staggering sum of cash he offers for her head sets in motion an army of hitmen. And also, by accident, bursts in the life of naïve DJ Santiago, a common youth that will have to steel his guts against the underworld, and above all, survive the irresistible - and bloodthirsty - Machinegun Woman.Written by
Being sold as Latino exploitation I must agree in some parts, you know, the way the credits were done and the scratches on the reel but the flick itself was rather weak.
It's worth seeing if you want to see a Latino dressed in sexy gear and some dancing juggs in a bar but for the rest I didn't like it. It do had some moments that should have been funny and some that are typical exploitation but at the end even as it clocked in at 73 minutes I was happy that it was over. Maybe it's the way that after the credits they entered some funny sentences (clumsy DJ becomes hero) on screen that I thought, no no no don't do that. The story itself is written in 5 seconds and it shows because there's not that much going on. Sure there's action but when one fatty is being killed in a backyard you can see him look towards the crew, Am I doing well?
The flick itself has a great promotion and do pick up awards here and there but for me it was just a mediocre gangster flick.
Gore 0/5 Nudity 0,5/5 Effects 2/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0,5/5
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