Lita witnesses the murder of her own father, a university professor. Frustrated over the local police she and her family starts to investigate the murder themselves. Located at the dark and... See full summary »
A chance meeting sets 25-year-old Portuguese Rastafarian Djon África on the track of his roots in Cape Verde. He hopes to finally find his father, an adventurer whom he doesn't know. But ... See full summary »
João Miller Guerra,
Bitori Nha Bibinha,
Isabel Muñoz Cardoso,
An Evangelical Christian man attends the funeral services of his father in his hometown, where he has to participate in religious rites that clash with his beliefs and finds himself pressured to take revenge on the murderer.
Nelson Carlo de Los Santos Arias
Yuberbi de la Rosa,
José Miguel Fernández
1842, Morazán is the Head of the State of Costa Rica. The National Assembly authorizes him to organize a military force for the restoration of the Central American Republic. However, conservative leaders of the Catholic Church and the local oligarchy, instigate soldiers to rebel against the legitimate government. Morazán faces his last battle.
A great effort to portrait the last days of the long political life of one of the greatest Central American heroes. Just a glimpse to the amazing life of Mr. Francisco Morazan Quesada, a man ahead of his time.
The journey of Morazan is so captivating that even watching the story of a few hours in his life, it keeps you immobile waiting for what will happen next until reaching the emotive ending already known by millions of Central Americans but, this time displayed at the big screen.
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