This film is about a young girl who enters FARC and her training to become a guerrilla soldier. It describes the transformation this young city-girl undertakes, when having to adapt to ...
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This film is about a young girl who enters FARC and her training to become a guerrilla soldier. It describes the transformation this young city-girl undertakes, when having to adapt to strict military training and primitive conditions of life.Written by
I couldn't avoid to feel so frustrated about the careless way this filmmaker portraits the FARC. How come someone could be this irresponsible to make a documentary presenting facts that are so far from being true. Doesn't he know about the kidnapping, massacres and drug traffic crimes the FARC is responsible for? I just hope that people who aren't aware of Colombian reality use their judgment, common sense and accurate information to realize how much pain the FARC has given to innocent people in Colombia. FARC has world given the status of terrorist by their numerous cruel acts such as killing and kidnapping, the also are responsible for anti persona mines which have left children, women and elderly persons handicapped. There will be a rally on February 4th in Colombia telling the FARC that we Colombians are tired of them. The Slogan is: No more Kidnapping, No more lies, No more FARC. If this is the slogan of an entire nation this probably means to people that have common sense that the FARC members are not the peaceful heroes this filmmaker wants to portrait in this very poor documentary.
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