Julián finds love and a reason for living in the last place imaginable: the Dominican Republic's Najayo Prison. His romance, with fellow prisoner Yanelly, must develop through sign language... See full summary »
Toribio's wife has been diagnosed with postpartum leukemia. Cornered between the lack of reliable health plans and his low income as a police officer, Toribio takes his gun and goes out to do everything he can to save his wife.
Juan Maria Almonte,
Three convicted criminals escape from prison carrying only a Güira, a Tambora and an Accordion. During their journey they meet with a bunch of interesting characters and are forced to use their musical skills to help them get home.
Pedro Ruiz, is a Dominican real estate broker by day and a savvy but out-of-luck thief by night. Desperate to look for respect climbing the money ladder the easy way, he gets in the wrong mansion at the wrong time.
Joaquín, a recently divorced airline pilot, meets Manolo and Juan Luis, who are also divorced. Together, they establish rules to support their life as new bachelors. Everything changes when they try to seduce their housekeeper.
Manuel Gómez Pereira
Geisha Montes De Oca,
The humble and hardworking Orodoto Balbuena finally gets an opportunity of realizing his lifelong dream of reaching New York and living the "American Dream", but soon finds out that things aren't as pretty as he thought.
A tale of a small .22 caliber gun with a heavy history behind it, "La Gunguna" tours the caribbean underground leaving a trace of bad luck and unfortunate events, marked with tones of black humor. A parade of bizarre characters - lowlifes, loan sharks, gun traffickers, professional pool and domino players, corrupt military men - moved by vengeance and deception, weaved together in episodes of tension, violence, even reflexion, in an ironic and picturesque society where "La Gunguna" becomes a bad omen, showing how curses are sometimes disguised under a shiny coat of gold.
This is a world of women, run by women who rule over men. Men, fools as they are, think they're in charge. They pay taxes, open doors, get jailed, while we...
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One of the best film works I've been able to see in the Dominican Republic, Colore, Historia, Luces, and keeping you connected to the movie at every moment is what I liked most about this movie. This film took the producers of the same several years of realization, many people do not know but as I have heard from sources over 7 years giving shape to this project which for me has been shocking.
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