Birds of Passage (2018)

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80% Vouch

Birds of passage is one of the few movies that has come out of my home country (Colombia) I can vouch for. It is insanely appealing and well-done on a visual level, and the story doesn’t fall far behind.
The movie revolves around the rise and fall of a drug business, pretty standard for Colombian narratives, but the way it blends with indigenous customs makes for a pretty unique story. An absorbing and captivating tale.

Review by Santiago Gómez.

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    • Starring

      Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta, Natalia Reyes
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    • Directed by

      Ciro Guerra, Cristina Gallego
    • Written by

      Jacques Toulemonde Vidal, Maria Camila Arias
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