Through out six different and yet parallel stories that take place during the corrupted goverment during the 90s in Peru, Lombardi tells the moral decomposition that ran through all classes and generations of the peruvian society.
The film ties six stories during the days when the "vladivideos" (tapes where Vladimiro Montesinos, the Peruvian's president councellor, is recorded while he was buying opposite politics) have appeared causing the fall of Fujimori's government in Peru. Written by
Good plot, excellent performances and very good direction. It's an intelligent and touching film. The moral ambivalence of the characters makes them very rich and the background of the Fujimori-Montesinos scandal adds interest to the main storyline(s). One of the best movies I've recently seen
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