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Manuel José Chaves
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During the marijuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get involved in a war to control the business that ends up destroying their lives and their culture.
As a five year old boy, William lived with his uncle Gustavo who started a band just to woo a very attractive singer, Jazmín. This is a bittersweet madcap comedy about the tribulations of Gustavo and the band as William remembers them. But in the end, when the band disbands and Jazmín leaves, Gustavo keeps trying to woo her.Written by
I have to say this movie is funny... I've been read the screenplay before the film-making and I could say they made it!! Although Dago (the producer and the writer) changed the final for best, he wrote a nice and good screenplay about love from the point of view of a child that tells the story. The actors good as always: Robinson Diaz (in the lead role) Alvaro Rodriguez And Diego Vazquez are in the spotlights. The photography recreates perfectly the weather of the geographical location and the color of the time: the eighties. The Art Direction is also retro, so cool... but I can't say the same about the director Ricardo Coral... I think there will be so many others directors that could make the movie better... One shot for scene I think is so Lazy and Oldie.
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