Visa USA tells the saga of a raunchy young man called Adolfo from a little town who is searching the "american dream". In order to achieve his goal he needs to obtain the American Visa. ...
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The action is situated in Colombia on April 9, 1948, date in which took place the famous "Bogotazo". It is a story of love frustrated by political circumstances. Laura, a spinster ... See full summary »
Jaime Osorio Gómez
María Cristina Gálvez
Visa USA tells the saga of a raunchy young man called Adolfo from a little town who is searching the "american dream". In order to achieve his goal he needs to obtain the American Visa. Amid his problems and inconvenients he knows and fall in love with the little town rich girl who is ready to go to New York for a vacation period. The visa document is denied for Adolfo and in a desperate effort to go to New York with his girlfriend he buy a fake visa from delinquents. The history turns in problems with airport police who wants capture Adolfo. He finally did a spectacular scape from the airport and when is returning to the hotel finds his girlfriend wich is waiting for him in the street.Written by
A sincere and charming view of life in contemporary Colombia
A warm and amusing portrait of small-town (and also big-city) life in contemporary Colombia, `Visa USA' tells the story of Adolpho (played with great charm by 80's heartthrob Armando Gutiérrez), a DJ that works in a supermarket in Sevilla, in the western Colombian province of Valle del Cauca, and his misadventures to obtain a much coveted visa that will allow him to emigrate to the US.
With a great supporting cast (fans of Marcela Agudelo can see one of her first on-screen appearances, here as Adolpho's down-to-earth girlfriend), `Visa USA' stands out as a fresh and sincere film on Colombia's every day life.
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