A young archeology student, Sara Cordero (Christie Miró) organizes an expedition to La Mora Cave in Comerio, Puerto Rico. Sara and her four friends are guided by Yabey (Josué Reyes) who happens to know the area very well. Unexpected incidents occurs as they discover a hidden Taino Indians tribe alive, were believed to be extinguished 500 years ago. A sequence of dramatical events and initiate conflicts among themselves to the point that the tension divides the group. Then mysterious and unfortunate events proceed to unleash a surprising twist of full action.Written by
Original drama, great music score, entertaining and beautifully shot!
This is one of Puerto Rico's best movie ever. The scenarios, the educational content about Taino Indians is very educational. It is, very well acted. And it shows great photography during the movie. I know a lot of people that thinks that this is a movie to be in your collection. It is not a big budget movie but it is a well written script. Also there is a lot of emotion going on when you see it. The plot is very original and different from other Petrina movies. It contains a lot of action, fiction and suspense a very hard thing to find in other Petrina movies. This is a must See. Highly recommended. If you enjoy great music scoring you must own this movie.
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