Hey, near the end of the movie, when he exit the maze and encountered the rebels, he gaves mercedes the baby and tells her that her son may remember him.

Does that make him honorable?

I wouldn't say so. That only means that he accepted death when he saw no way out. He may have died honorable (I did not see the movie) but if he is dishonorable throughout the entire movie, his behaviour shortly before death wouldn't change that. --Grizzhly (talk) 02:10, February 5, 2017 (UTC)
No, Vidal desired nothing more than a legacy; he requested Mercedes to tell his son about how "heroic" he was as a means of stroking his ego. AustinDR (talk), February 4, 2017 (UTC)

Okay, who put the category "fighter" in this page?

All he does is using a gun and a bottle.


While he was a killer and a torturer, did any fascist Spaniard done that during Franco's rule in real life? Antart1023 (talk) 00:03, October 23, 2017 (UTC)

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