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A body is discovered impaled on a stake near a scenic lake near Bogota. A journalist try to find what happened. With a friend, they set about to find the cause of the crime and uncover an intricate real estate fraud involving corrupt politicians, emerald hunters, nudists... Written by
With "Rosario Tijeras", "Perder es cuestión de método" is one of the most expensive movies in Colombia's history. And one of the worst.
I can't believe it: you have at least 3 million dollars, a great team, great actors, a huge publicity machine, more than 25 years of cinematographic career, and you made this "movie"...
I'm Colombian (proud of), but I can't lie: there is at least thousand better movies in Colombia. And when I see movies of Majid Majidi or Takashi Miike or Jim Jarmush or hundred of great low budget directors I just feel envy: Why in Colombia we can't make high quality movies? I hope I can be alive to see the first great Colombian movie.
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