In 1948, partisan violence rips through Colombia. When conservative forces kill Rosalba’s husband, she becomes an instrument of revenge and death.
In 1948 Colombian government forces surround a village and kill several peasants who sympathized with the ideals of the liberal party, including Rosalba Velásquez’s husband. The young Rosalba witnesses his slaughter and deeply traumatized, she vows to kill each one of her husband’s killers. Guerrilla leaders neutralize Rosalba’s amateurish methods because she attracts too much military intervention. She joins them and becomes known for her courage and for her nom de guerre, Sargento Matacho.
Winner Best Actress. Overcome Film Festival
Winner Best Film. Frostbite International Film Festival
Winner Best International Film. Marietta International Film Festival
Winner Best Script, Best Cinematography, Best Actress. Marietta International Film Festival
Year of Production: 2015
Director: William González Zafra
Producers: Alina Hleap Borrero, Diana Zuleta, Carlos Alperin
Cast: Damián Alcázar, Marlon Moreno, Dagobeero Sanchez, Fabiana Medina, Rubén Darío Forero
Available Territories: Worldwide excluding Latin America