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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Fuego Negro [a.k.a. Black Fire] (1979)


In a small country in South America, where despite it abolition, slavery still exists. A rebel take advantage of a voodoo ceremony to arouse the Black slaves. A violent struggle between them and the cruel overseer of a hacienda (plantation) serves as a backdrop to the tragic love of a slave and a rich white heiress. 

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