Jackal of Nahueltoro

Jackal of Nahueltoro

Based on an actual event that occurred in the southern region of Chillán in 1960, tells the story of an illiterate peasant who, while drunk, murdered the woman with whom he had relationships and her five daughters

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   trial,   execution,  

In 1960, José del Carmen Valenzuela Torres, from the small town of Nahueltoro in Chile, brutally murdered Rosa Rivas Acuña and her five children. This classic film of the Latin American ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Harry R (br) wrote: a simple,down to earth, realistic story. Might not have the commercial appeal, however will not disappoint you for second.

Martin M (mx) wrote: Enjoyable social drama.

Ian L (jp) wrote: Steven Seagal at his best before he became hamburglar .

Dawid J (kr) wrote: classic. 1983 was a good year :)

Wahida K (gb) wrote: I saw Sayonara a long time ago after a friend recommended it to me. It is a great love story. It has some funny moments, some sad moments, some senti moments, and some very weird moments. Over all fine Movie you d want to watch again.

Cynthia T (gb) wrote: surprisingly very good, and watched more than once

Tre M (mx) wrote: I love anything Johnny Depp or Tim Burton touch on their own, and they make a great team.

Qi Z (fr) wrote: The only verb directly comes to mind is "bouleverser". Not in the way that usually sentimental movies tugging on certain threads of emotional cords, but something about the loss and sorrow. I do recognize the life of the mathematicians. It is not important of any particular speciality - math or physics or chemistry -but a life of mind. I am among the truly gifted ones who have their daemons standing and prodding them steadily toward the higher reaches of discovery and even fames, but I did have glimpses of the pure beauty that resides resolutely above the life quotidian. The movie mentioned the imaginary unit "i" as the geek rock bands play in complete silence. I know how this non-existed number (which is the square-root of minus -1) defines the boundary of what is tangible, to what is realm of pure ideas. It may be an inside joke in the movie, but it can mean something very solemn for those of us who had previously pestered our professors with "but it does not exist in reality". It is something we can not know perceptually, yet this pure idea has made much of our electronic technology possible. The crux of the story, I think, lies the conflicting demands of intellect and heart. In the scene where the deranged father forced the daughter to read out his "proof" in the snowing night, I can see something more than the sorrow and suffering, the futile struggle against the disintegrating body, but a sense of affirmation of human bond. Does it really matter that there is a breakthrough in math when there are such two souls linking together against the inclemency of age and disease?

Dave W (us) wrote: When I first watched this, I was underwhelmed. I missed the visionary city scapes of Batman Begins, and the psychological cat and mouse of The Dark Knight. But what I didn't udnerstand then, is that what makes this movie work is in it's role in the trilogy. It shows the passage of time, and the wear and tear the life of a super hero would cause. Taking place 8 years after the second installment, The Dark Knight Rises pits batman against a physically superior seemingly intellectually equal villain called Baine. In addition to this story line, Cat Woman is featured and the portrayal of her character is done well. However, this last movie in the trillogy really made me appreciate Michael Caine's role as Alfred as a complex character, and perhaps the one person who understands Batman more than Batman himself. In terms of action, the scenes of destruction are massive but believable including a memorable scene on an airplane. Early on in the movie. Overal, this is a fitting end to a great super hero trilogy.

John D (kr) wrote: Felt like religious propaganda to me. No thanks.

Jesus M (ca) wrote: Las 3 estrellas son para la historia. El pap del Malcom nunca dejar de ser el pap de Malcom