Exclusive First Look At The Trailer For Chilean Fight Flick MANDRILL!

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Exclusive First Look At The Trailer For Chilean Fight Flick MANDRILL!
Winner of the Jury Award for Best Picture at Fantastic Fest 2009.  Winner of the Jury Award for Best Actor at Fantastic Fest 2009.  The third film from the creative team behind breakout South American martial arts films Kiltro and Mirage Man.  The latest proof that leading man Marko Zaror does, indeed, kick ass.  No wires.  No CGI. Not in the fighting, anyway. Just a whole lot of fists and feet. And a little bit of loving.

It's Mandrill and we have your exclusive look at the brand new Chilean theatrical trailer.  And, yes, it is English subtitled.

Here's an excerpt from Andrew Mack's review:

Completing contracts with ruthless efficiency Mandrill is always on the lookout for the man who killed his parents when he was a child. When a contract comes up and it looks like this may finally be the man responsible for the death of his parents Mandrill discovers that the only way to get to him is through his daughter Dominic.  But revenge is often a terrible cycle and Mandrill may not see this through to the end.
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Ernesto Díaz EspinozaMarko ZarorCeline ReymondAlejandro CastilloLuis AlarcónActionThriller

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ChevalierAguilaDecember 10, 2009 11:50 PM

That lousy cgi at the end killed the mood a bit.

LoBoDecember 11, 2009 11:58 AM

I will see it for sure. Good.

JustinPDDecember 12, 2009 2:27 AM

The trailer was a tad underwhelming, but the tiny burst of acrobatic action and the cred earned by the star and director with MIRAGE MAN make it for me a must watch.

bonnyebrynnDecember 12, 2009 5:56 AM

I saw this movie at Fantastic Fest and it was so damn good! Can't wait to see it again!

bobafettDecember 12, 2009 4:34 PM

I saw Mandrill at Fantastic Fest too and I agree with bonyebrynn that it was damn good. I definitely want to see it again! I'm a big fan of Kiltro and Mirageman as well.