FIST OF THE CONDOR, described as “part Bruce Lee, part Rambo, part Sergio Leone, all Marko Zaror” by Peter Volk of Polygon, lands fists-first on Digital, Blu-ray™ and DVD May 23 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Zaror (John Wick: Chapter 4, Undisputed 3, Machete Kills), who demonstrates yet again why he is the man to watch in martial arts cinema, is supported by a strong cast, including Eyal Meyer (Too Late To Die Young), Gina Aguad (Mirageman), Fernanda Urrejola (Cry Macho), and Man Soo Yoon (Kiltro).
Written, edited and directed by Ernesto Díaz Espinoza (Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman, Santiago Violenta), FIST OF THE CONDOR follows a martial arts master as he battles the world’s greatest assassins to protect a sacred, ancient manual from falling into the wrong hands.
FIST OF THE CONDOR stands as a clear love letter to some of the most beloved martial arts films of the twentieth century, with a poignant story built on familiar thematic hallmarks of the genre, including duty, honor and sacrifice.
Synopsis: Upon the Incan empire’s fall to invading conquistadors, 16th-century Incan martial arts masters quickly hid a sacred manual containing the secrets behind their deadly fighting technique. But after centuries of careful safeguarding, the manual is again at risk of falling into the wrong hands, leaving its rightful guardian to battle the world’s greatest assassins to protect the ancient secrets within.