The movie is set in 1942 when the United States begins an espionage program in South America due to the potential thread of Nazis submarines in the Caribbean. Venezuela though not officially at war against the Axis powers had been supplying oil to the allies during the Second World War. Frank Moore (Herrera), an Hispanic American spy, travels to a small town in the Caribbean coastal area of Venezuela where he meets Venezzia (Rodriguez), the wife of a Venezuelan commander Enrique Salvatierra (Romero), and they both begin a romantic relationship which will make them forget the reality of a world at war.
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Felipe De Las Aguas is a taxi driver in the capital, which is tired of seeing the injustices that happen around him, for this reason agrees to become "El Man", a superhero in the flesh, that with hard work, shrewdness and empirical justice helps others with their only super power: the faith.
The life of Pedro Manrique Figueroa not is written by anyone because of a very powerful reason: too much like an adventure novel, both incomplete and contradictory, always linked to the sparkling tradition uncertainties oral.
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Have you watched Venezzia yet? What did you think about it?