Saturday, February 12, 2022

Matalos y no vuelvas sola

 Matalos y no vuelvas sola – Spanish title

Kill Them All and Don’t Come Back Alone – English title


A 2021 Spanish film production [kanenas-Paranoia Films (Almeria)]

Producer: May Roca, Mario Ollero, Joan Rodriguez

Director Enrique Novials

Story: Enrique Novials

Screenplay: Enrique Novials

Cinematography: David Lleixa [color]

Music: Sergi Sabater

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Sheriff - Josep Maria Alejandre

Alice - Isabel González Barrera

Gunmen - José Gallardo, Gabriel Rueda

Diana - Marzia Liuzzi

Caza Recompensas - Enrique Novials

Nina – Idoia Ollero

Sacerdote – Mario Ollero

Cliente – May Roca

Banker – Joan Rodriguez Recasens

Rubio – Miguel Angel Romero

Carol - Emma Ross

With Bel Barrera, Kike L’Amour

 1880. In a man´s world, Carol tries all she can to rescue her daughther, who has been kidnapped by Rubio´s gang. All hope seems to fade until the arrival of Diana, a bounty hunter. 

Diana represents and embodies a “new” woman. Independent, who is searching for her own path without the need of a man. Diana is the antihero of the movie. And she would represent the revenge of all women that have been battered in so many films, especially in the western style. Metaphorically speaking (or maybe not), she would be the incarnation of goddess Diana (Artemis) in a gunwoman. All suffering from Carol derive from the fact that she is a woman in a male chauvinist world. Diana is the one of the most feminist goddesses by far, independent, protective of nature and women. It wouldn’t be the first time that Diana, according to the classical mythology, decides to intervene because of the “hybris”. This is a Greek word that determines the human actions that fall in the excess and arrogance. Cinematographically speaking, the character of Diana is very much influenced by Clint Eastwood’s “Pale rider” (1985) movie.

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