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Rated NR · 96 min. · 2018

Action/Adventure, Drama

In this chapter, the young reporter Luca is forced to interview a very important wrestling figure of yesteryear. During the interview, Rafael Sánchez and José Manuel Guzmán, young natives of the city of San José de Ocoa and San Cristóbal, respectively, who are passionate about international wrestling since the age of 12, are narrated in the sport. Inspired by "El Santo" movies and novels, both youngsters dream awake to be the greatest fighters of all time, living incredible adventures that mark their lives. A great friendship unites both children and guides them to adulthood, when a great opportunity of glory divides them forever. This one, from the hand of Vampiro Cao, a great fighter of the time owner of the biggest promoter company of Dominican wrestling: Dominicana de Espectáculos. Inspired by real events Venom Episode 1: The Lightning of Jack, tells by means of memories a magical, hidden, mystical and euphoric world which gives rise to two of the most important figures of the Dominican pop culture; the only Creole superhero and his great rival, the evil genius: Jack Poison and Relámpago Hernández. The film travels from scenes of the narrated times, to the current moment of the interview carried out by Luca, a young reporter and writer of the artistic world of today, creating a parallel in time and unveiling two stories with a common sense: Friendship. the only Creole superhero and his great rival, the evil genius: Jack Poison and Relámpago Hernández. The film travels from scenes of the narrated times, to the current moment of the interview carried out by Luca, a young reporter and writer of the artistic world of today, creating a parallel in time and unveiling two stories with a common sense: Friendship. the only Creole superhero and his great rival, the evil genius: Jack Poison and Relámpago Hernández. The film travels from scenes of the narrated times, to the current moment of the interview carried out by Luca, a young reporter and writer of the artistic world of today, creating a parallel in time and unveiling two stories with a common sense: Friendship.

Director: Tabaré Blanchard
Writer: Riccardo Bardellino and Tabaré Blanchard
Cast: Manny Perez, Pepe Sierra and Richard Douglas

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