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Vigo, a Swede who arrives in Colombia, will be received as a prodigal son. But soon discover that even with such warmth, in the country of the Sacred Heart and magical realism, live in chaos and thoughtlessness.
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Juan Sebastián Aragón,
Manuel José Chaves
I counted the minutes for the movie's ending. Dago García's commercial strategy seems to have worked once again with a goodish-for-TV movie. I was very curious about John Leguizamo's decision to do this film, knowing that he is of Colombian descent, but also knowing his not knowing who the producers were. He is in my opinion an outstanding actor who must have been tricked to do what will certainly be the lowest of the lowest point of his career. The movie's plot is poor. Colombian cinema has made some progress but this case is not an example of such. Please do not waste your money or time on what is a very, very, very bad movie. Blame it on the Mayans.
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