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
Actually is one of the few movies from Puerto Rico that I really enjoyed. I think the only bad thing that I can say about it was that it could have been less of the expedition and more of the tribe. But the story is very original, we know is a fictional story but what if Tainos were not extinct. The actors were very good at their performances specially the main character the Indian. The music was amazing and inspiring. I hope we see a second part. The main photography was beautiful, the lake, the forest and the mountains. And the DVD extras are as entertaining as the movie. This movie is should be at least seen by every citizen of Puerto Rico.
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