The International Film Festival of Catalonia's early morning screening was The Good, the Bad, the Weird, a film from Korean director Kim Jee-Woo. The movie is a colossal adventure that starts off with a spectacular train robbery and later takes place in the Gobi Desert.
The movie, that pays heartfelt tribute to Sergio Leone's work, has all the basic ingredients of a western. But Oriental style.
The Good, the Bad, the Weird takes place in 1930's Manchuria, where a treasure map brings a bounty hunter, a hitman and a bandit face to face. Guaranteed to be spectacular.