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I am Ecuadorian Citizen and I am very familiar, off course, with how towns look like, as well streets, people, jails, sceneries, laws, etc. The first fake things I watched like towns, music, people, the way people speaks Spanish, the horrendous inner jails world and legal system did move me to a scrutiny attitude; it's like watching a true history happened in the US and filmed in any other country. Americans would notice it immediately. I don't understand why, if the movie is related to a true history happened in Ecuador, why they had to film in a totally different locations? Everything in the "Ecuadorian" environment is Colombian. Perhaps someone could tell me that filming in Ecuador would be very dangerous, but that is not true once more. So it would be very smart and fair that the movie Productors made clear the year that this story happened, because right now at this very moment, Ecuador, a small country but one of the most beautiful in the whole world, is the home of thousands of retired Americans where they live happy. And I don't think they would stay there for 24 hours knowing the "inhumanity chaos" supposedly happening there. It's just to honor the people who suffered this terrible time, Ecuador and us, the spectators.
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