If you’re anything like me, then chances are you’re exceptionally excited about the upcoming release of Ernesto Diaz Espinoza’s action flick “Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman.” After a lengthy wait, the flick is finally headed to North America next month.
Although it seems to offer pretty much to same thing as every other neo-exploitation flick currently on the market, it’s hard to deny a motion picture that fears a woman who looks good firing an automatic weapon. Fight scenes and shootouts are definitely a plus as well.
Here’s a synopsis for those who need such things:
Santiago Fernandez is an aimless young man content with spending hours on the couch playing Grand Theft Auto and fantasizing about an exciting life of crime and gun fights. By night he DJs at a club owned by ruthless Argentinian kingpin Che Longana. One evening, Santiago finds himself trapped in a bathroom stall as Longana holds a secret meeting to make known his offer of $300 million pesos for the head of Machine Gun Woman, an ex-girlfriend turned hitwoman who has it out for him. When he is discovered eavesdropping on the conversation, Santiago’s only choice to avoid being executed is to lie, claim he knows Machine Gun Woman and offer to bring her in. When he is given 24 hours to make good on his claim, Santiago’s life turns into a violent video game of its own complete with missions, guns, sexy women and brutal violence.
“Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman” stars Fernanda Urrejola, Eric Kleinsteuber, and Matias Oviedo. Clear Vision will unleash the flick onto home video on October 7. The trailer for Ernesto Diaz Espinoza’s endeavor is included below.