Friday, December 1, 2017

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON AMAZON SET 16TH CENTURY EPIC ADVENTURE 'ORO' OR 'GOLD' ON SPANISH CONQUISTADORS!

  'ORO' OR 'GOLD'
SPANISH EPIC ADVENTURE
Oro opens today in Northern America
It is still a very slow week in Hollywood, people, so we are moving over to Spain because I  have a very dramatic trailer and three stunning movie posters to show you for their period set action adventure drama ORO or GOLD which is currently playing on the Iberian Peninsula! The story of the movie depicts the legendary gold fever which saw many people lost in the Amazonian jungles while searching for a famed Golden City and its riches. Most of them, of course, never really came back becoming either the victims of their own fears and panic or of human cruelty. The movie
The movie played last month in Spain
opens today in Northern America as well, in selected theatres, methinks. 

THE STORY OF 'GOLD' 
 is set in the sixteenth century, when the Spanish conquistadors Lope de Aguirre and Nunez de Balboa embark on an epic expedition consisting of 30 men and 2 women, through the Amazon jungle, in search of a mythical city that, it is said, is made entirely of gold. Amazon rainforest, 1538. King Carlos V sends a group of Spanish soldiers to
The story is set in the 16th century Amazon
the new continent to locate Teziutlan, a legendary city made of gold, to claim it to the Spanish Empire. Alone in the rainforest and without a help, soldiers face not only indigenous tribes but also treason and deadly ambition. When another expedition is sent after them to arrest their leader of treason they must decide whether to fight against them or to continue to Teziutlan. But the rivalry and hate between them will reveal more dangerous than the own rainforest and the indigenous tribes.

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    1. Spanish history is literally written in blood, oceans of blood

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  2. I'm with Debra here. Sounds like pure greed to me...

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    1. 'tis the last place I'd wanna find myself ever

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  3. Spanish conquistadors is a nice subject, love this century...

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