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* Domestic Abuse: Recurrent through the film. Gabriel's father was abusive to his mother, Felix is abusive to Ana to the point of throwing her out of a moving car.

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* Domestic Abuse: DomesticAbuse: Recurrent through the film. Gabriel's father was abusive to his mother, Felix is abusive to Ana to the point of throwing her out of a moving car.



* FakeNationality: A particularly egregious one, with Chinese posing as Koreans.

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* FakeNationality: A particularly egregious one, with The Korean characters are played by Chinese posing as Koreans.actors.

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''Sólo Quiero Caminar'', released in the US as ''Walking Vengeance''; Australia as ''I Only Want to Walk''; and Europe as ''Just Walking'', is a 2008 Spanish drama film directed by Agustín Díaz Yanes.

Aurora is serving a prison sentence for a robbery that went wrong. Her accomplices are outside -- her sister Ana, and her friends Gloria and Paloma, four women for whom so far life has not been easy. Ana is a prostitute who likes money, which is why she accepts the marriage proposal of Felix, a dangerous and powerful Mexican drug trafficker who falls for her. She moves with him to live in Mexico. Gloria receives a phone call from Mexico City; it's Ana, who wants her friend to visit her. Her husband's business dealings are very lucrative and she plots to steal from him as revenge for his domestic abuse. Aurora finishes her stretch in jail and Paloma takes her from Madrid to Mexico where Ana and Gloria are waiting. Between the alcohol and her husband's beatings, Ana has designed a dangerous plan to hit back at Felix and his gang. Thrown into the mix is Gabriel, Felix's ruthless assassin and right-hand man, who falls for Aurora.

The film stars Creator/AriadneGil as Aurora, Creator/VictoriaAbril as Gloria, [[Creator/PilarLopezDeAyala Pilar López de Ayala]] as Paloma, Creator/ElenaAnaya as Ana, Creator/DiegoLuna as Gabriel, and [[Creator/JoseMariaYazpik José-María Yazpik]] as Felix.

[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3g-Gqsw6GE Trailer]].


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* BadassInANiceSuit: Gabriel isn't seen without being sharply dressed.
* BittersweetEnding: Ana is still in the hospital, and the audience is left unsure as to whether she will wake up. Gloria is fatally shot, leaving her son motherless. Felix commits suicide after a drug deal goes through. Aurora and Gabriel don't get together, Gabriel is implied to have bled out from his stab wound.
* Domestic Abuse: Recurrent through the film. Gabriel's father was abusive to his mother, Felix is abusive to Ana to the point of throwing her out of a moving car.
* DirtyHarriet: Male non-cop version, Aurora has a habit of hiring male prostitutes; assassin Gabriel intercepts her call and pretends to be the prostitute.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Gabriel refuses to kill or hurt women or children. Felix gives these "assignments" away to different people.
* FakeNationality: A particularly egregious one, with Chinese posing as Koreans.
* Fingore: Felix using a hammer to smash Gloria's hand.
* HeelFaceTurn: Gabriel.
* ProfessionalKiller: Gabriel.
* RedBaron: Gabriel the assassin is known as "Babyface" or "The Archangel".
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Gabriel, who is stabbed in the side and implied to have bled to death.
* TheCartel: What the film revolves around.
* WouldntHitAGirl: Gabriel does not kill women or children.
* WouldHitAGirl: Felix, who abuses Ana and pushes her out of a moving car. Gabriel's father, who kills his mother.
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