Colombia / 2020 / 18’
A couple who lives in the surrounding of Ahuyama stream reflections about Barranquilla and how the lack of care and sense of belonging by inhabitant citizens reflects in the status of the stream and its water. That water, full of garbage and buried secrets, negatively affects the city, thus its people. The aerial shots allow the spectator to have a general overview of the affected place, in contrast with a camera that takes us into the lives and opinions of protagonists and how they interact with their environment.
By Jose D. Vives
AWARDS / ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:
Internacional Film Festival of Cartagena de Indias – FICCI
Producer: Willi Neira | Photography: David Lombana and Sharon Alvis | Sound: Victor Peñaranda and Emito Pérez: | Editing: J.M. Suárez |
Available from October 26th to November 1st, on the Virtual Theatre MIDBO for Colombia and Latin America