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Camino (2015)

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In the jungles of Colombia, a photojournalist captures the truth behind a group of missionaries who may not be what they seem.


Josh C. Waller


Daniel Noah (screenplay), Daniel Noah (story) | 1 more credit »





Credited cast:
Zoë Bell ... Avery
Nacho Vigalondo ... Guillermo
Francisco Barreiro ... Tomas
Sheila Vand ... Marianna
Dominic Rains ... Daniel
Jason Canela ... Sebastian
Nancy Gomez Nancy Gomez ... Luna
Tenoch Huerta ... Alejo
Kevin Pollak ... Donald
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kenia Chacon ... Mama
Emmanuel Dejesus ... Santiago
Luis R. Espinoza Luis R. Espinoza ... Sergeant Gomez
Ana Ravedutti ... Daughter
Bruce Thomas ... Handsome Gent
Cindy Vela ... TV Reporter


In the jungles of Colombia, a photojournalist captures the truth behind a group of missionaries who may not be what they seem.

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A well made and underrated thriller!
15 February 2020 | by jamiedarlow-37510See all my reviews

If you're after a suspenseful thriller with a dark and vicious backbone to it, I'd thoroughly recommend this one! The story follows Avery (the wonderful Zoe Bell) an acclaimed photojournalist who is sent to document a few days in the life of a missionary group led by Guillermo (played ferociously by Nacho Vigalondo) and she soon captures something that we was not supposed to see. It seems to be a passion project for Zoe Bell (who also is executive producer of the film) and she really does give her all here; a thoroughly engaging screen actor who was before most well known for her brilliant stunt work as Xena The Warrior Princess and Uma Thurman's stunt double as the Bride in the Kill Bill movies. Since her amazing role in Death Proof (2007) she has gone on to feature in more starring focused roles in such films as the fantastic Whip It (2010) and is a very underrated talent as showcased in Camino. Everyone else also act really well in this film; particularly Vigalondo who is great at presenting a ruthless man who can still work his charm on those around him (a monologue he delivers at one point in the film is really powerful) The music in the film, composed by Pepjin Caudron AKA Kreng, is perhaps the most key component in the mood and tension of the film; a shrieking, thumping soundtrack that slams the audience in the face in the more hard to watch scenes in the film. The hard to watch parts may disturb some viewers and what surprised me most about this film is that it doesn't hold back on the violence (certainly not for the squeamish) and some disturbing imagery (the most important photograph of the story stayed with me a little while after)

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English | Spanish

Release Date:

4 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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