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Lizzano does something very bizarre here. He starts of with a touch of politics (Mexican peasants, massacres, intrigue), then wanders off with a personal story of a man trying to find his love, and then returns to the revolutionary theme, with mentions of even more political topics, for example having Ferguson rant about planter aristocracy. All that sadism that accompanies the story, leads to a very harsh athmosphere actually, and the happy music and the fact that the good wins over the evil, can't change the fact that this is quite a sinister film actually. Overall I was positively surprised by Kill and Pray, I think both Castel and Lizzano did a great job in telling a heartwarming story in a really great way. Recommended. --Sebastian 22:53, 11 August 2006 (CEST)

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