- Director: Adrián Cardona
- Duration: 95 minutes
- Genre: action
In the closing credits titles, the director pays tribute to film makers who have carved out a good part of his work outside the standards of the wealthiest commercial cinema: Peter Jackson, John Woo, Lloyd Kauffman, G. Romero and Berry Gordy, and especially the Spanish Álex de la Iglesia for being the architect of the iconoclastic ‘Mutant Action’ (1993). Curiously, in the credits there is a “non-gratitude” list, in which highlights the hooligan and provocative tone of the Cardona’s films. This “non-gratitude” list is dedicated to “all the fucking posh in the planet that do nothing but fuck with their blood stupidity. To all the people who turn Ibiza into a disco lights, colorful candies, jerks, macro airports, golf and shit. To all inept who not only do not respect other’s opinions, but also try to defeat them. In short, to all humanity in general, for many years of stupidity.
Its soundtrack is composed by songs of hard rock bands like División Criminal, Dark Elf, Nadir, Kill Us, Sweet Little Sister, Fragmatic, Oyagún, Factor X, L-MNTO, Farenhate, Tenpel, Blood, Ehbola Corp, Monkey Hole, Xkrude, Tanatossis and Code Name.
In Code Name’s case, Cardona also directed in Valencia the music video ‘ La fiesta del fuego’ (2010), with the collaboration of the singer Chimo Bayo.
Commentary written by Enrique Villalonga, head of the audiovisual production Filmótica.