Rosario Tijeras

Rosario Tijeras

Rosario Tijeras has been abused by men all her life, initially by her stepfather. Years later, she works as a paid assassin, seducing men and killing them when they least expect it. She meets Emilio, a wealthy womanizer, and his best friend, Antonio, at a nightclub, and starts an affair with Emilio despite Antonio's growing feelings for her. But circumstances bring her closer to Antonio, until her past catches up with her in a devastating way.

Medellín, 1989. Antonio brings Rosario to the hospital; she's shot, bleeding badly. Flashbacks, mixed with Antonio's wait at the hospital during her surgery, tell the story: Antonio and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Leo K (us) wrote: This movie is simply a justification to place lots of orgies and naked girls in the movie. The movie is almost nonsensical, and doesn't end with anything of value. Just that 'what the f*' did I just watch feeling you occasionally get from those supposedly 'artsy, mystery, I don't know' movies.

Emil H (nl) wrote: Pretty sweet dramatic comedy about a drama teacher trying to make the interns of a prison to play theater together. Great acting for the most part.

Matthew G (kr) wrote: The weakest of the American Ninja films. Even Michael Dudikoff returning can't save it.

Grant F (br) wrote: Campy Thunderbird nostalgia.

Ashley C (au) wrote: Well worth viewing for that final scene, but despite some nice camera angles along the way, it does take a loooong time to get there. I'm not sure I agree it beats the sewer scene in The Third Man, but the two are certainly comparable, and this one does one-up Reed's film's climax by virtue of having been made a year previous.

Michael M (fr) wrote: A funny and interesting take on the mid-life crisis that loses a little steam at the end.

Andrew L (us) wrote: But if you don't die in the plane explosion -- doesn't that mean you weren't meant to die? Therefore Death won't be stalking you. Which in turn means this film is rather pointless

Danny M (gb) wrote: Great comedy. I love it so much

Jonathan S (ru) wrote: I surprisingly really liked it.