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Pachamama (2018)

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A young boy living in a remote village in the Andes Mountains dreams of becoming shaman.

Director:

Juan Antin

Writers:

Christophe Poujol (contributing writer), Juan Antin | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Andrea Santamaria Andrea Santamaria ... Tepulpai (voice)
India Coenen India Coenen ... Naïra (voice)
Saïd Amadis Saïd Amadis ... Chaman (voice)
Marie-Christine Darah Marie-Christine Darah ... Walumama (voice)
Vincent Ropion Vincent Ropion ... Percepteur (voice)
Jean-Marc Pannetier Jean-Marc Pannetier ... Observateur des Ombres (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Colin Bates ... Ensemble (voice)
Alex Harrouch ... Great Inca (voice)
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A young boy living in a remote village in the Andes Mountains dreams of becoming shaman.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some thematic elements and action/peril. | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

Folivari's website

Country:

France | Luxembourg | Canada

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

12 December 2018 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Pachamama - Le trésor sacré See more »

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Color
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A truer version of reality
9 June 2019 | by mp3elvSee all my reviews

I had completely loved this movie, as other people had said this could be a sad movie in some ways, but this is what really happened when spaniards invaded South America, perhaps reality is sad but it's what truly happened, so this movie went to tackle an almost taboo part of southamerican history that is not visited often and much less from the side of the invaded and conquered, to those who are used to edulcorated disney versions, the director , producers and the rest of the movie ensemble, couldn't and wouldn't create a false reality of what happened just because it is not easy to swallow.

Being sad and all, the topic has been treated with decency and respect for the culture, perhaps thats difficult to understand because it is often believed that those who were conquered were less "civilized", but in fact they were more in tune with this world, I assume that it's time to revisit these concepts and accept what happened and observe what we are doing to this planet.


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