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I loved the story of La Soga and how the movie portrayed corruption. It all comes full circle at the end.
Personally, I've seen these types of movies too many times.
"La Soga" is a surprisingly emotional tale about the criminal connection between NYC and the Domican Republic. It centers around a butcher's son who was too sensitive to kill a pig. Through intermittent flashbacks we see why he turns into a lethal cop known as "The Rope". "This is a gritty urban drama that transcends language and culture." "It's a thrilling ride" and "keeps the audience engaged right to the last frame."
The Best Dominican Film of all Time.
Esta pelicula retratata de una manera muy realista el mundo de la corrupcion actual (tanto en policias como en ladrones), en la Republica Dominicana, Manny Perez (Crooklyn), Juan Fernandez (Arachnophobia) & Paul Calderon (Pulp Fiction) estan muy bien (hablando su idioma original ESPAÑOL), y aunque es obvio que la pelicula esta hecha con un bajo presupuesto el resultado esta de primera calidad.Muy buena.
It was okay... the violence end of it seemed true-to-fact, the ending... not so realistic.
one of my favorites!
It's kind of interesting. Foolish characters, no doubt.
Damn, a little exaggeration on the corruption and execution part. But overall pretty good
First time seeing a Dominican movie and it was surprisingly good. Compares in a good way with some of the more popular Colombian and Mexican films. Gives a good insight on the realities and struggles with corruption in Latin American Countries. Supposed to be based on real life events that occurred.