After the dissolution of Opus Alfa, Jesús Figueroa began his solo career. In 1972 he recorded in Sondor Records the LP "Jesús con Todos", where he was accompanied by several of the most important musicians of the genre. This landmark plaque unprecedented was the first solo album of a rock and blues singer in Uruguay. While "Jesús con Todos" was put on sale in 73, Jesús was again in Sondor to recording their second LP ("Mágica Fuente"). Undoubtedly, Jesus Figueroa are one of the most beloved and admired artists of the Uruguayan rock movement of early seventies.
Review by espartaco from Manizales, Colombia for IMDb
The greatest colombian movie ever made, "Cóndores" is a shining portrait of one of the most violent eras in latinamerican history, brilliantly directed, with class and measure, by Francisco Norden. Frank Ramírez gives an unforgettable performance as León María Lozano, a simple man whose faith to the party and his misconceived principles lead him on a savage killing spree and turn him into the one of the biggest assassins of a violent time. We can sense through him the confusion, the anger and the need for redemption that led to a war that bled and still bleeds Colombia to death. Adapted from a great Colombian novel, this film surpasses its source material and becomes chilling, moving and compelling cinema, an example of what Colombian and Latinamerican cinema can be at its noblest form.