ONE QUIET MAN ventures to the exotic land of Colombia where disputes are settled with a gun and only the strong survive.
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ONE QUIET MAN ventures to the exotic land of Colombia where disputes are settled with a gun and only the strong survive. Enchanted by the exotic world of Emeralds this Modern Day Cowboy embraces the rugged life becoming the King of South America and the enemy of the Cocaine Cartels. Watch him as he loves, outsmarts and shoots his way through the last Wild West Frontier to become a Legend.
Runtime: 92 minutes
Format: 1:85 Flat (35MM, HD and DBC)
Sound: Ultra Stereo
Genre: Action, Drama
Country: Colombia, Mexico
Language: English and Spanish
CAST & CREW
Directed by: Andrew Molina
Starring: Luis Velasco, Eva Varella, Horacio Tavera, Eishy Hayata, & Richard Wilke
AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY
Nominee, Best Feature – Political Film Society
Official Selection — NY Independent Film Festival
Official Selection — Temecula Film Festival
Compelling life story…
Elizabeth Weitzman, NY Daily News
Engaging. The story of this Colombian cowboy deserved to be told.
Marta Barber, Miami Herald
The film offers intriguing glimpses of the gentle bargaining over rough stones in open-air markets, a sharp contrast to the country’s general climate of violence. Its observations of local culture and the mountainous landscape as green as the world’s most valuable gemstones in Colombia.
…there’s no denying that this film is not only eye-opening but captivating as well!
Patrick Ricketts, Video Views
The film was interesting, informative and well told. Never a dull moment and I came to admire Mr. Hayata. The Colombian has enough oomph to get you thru to the end with no problem. Totally enjoyable! Rent it or buy it!
Joe Peka, Laredo News
Well made naturalistic concerning the amazing career of a Japanese-American who became a true cowboy. Amazing that this is the first production to film in the capital in over a quarter century and they show the effects of sudden violence and death in this gem…
Donald Levit, Reel Talk
Gritty and realistic film about this fascinating person, the story is compelling and the film is worth a look…
Jeremy Biltz, DVD Talk.com