Manos Sucias
Showings
City Opera HouseThu, Jul 31 3:15 PM
Sponsored by: Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers and The Wilson Family
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Old Town PlayhouseFri, Aug 1 12:00 PM
Sponsored by: The Braintrust
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Film Info
Section:Foreign
Release Year:2014
Runtime:82 min.
Type of Film:Feature Narrative
Rating:NR
Production Country:Colombia
USA
Original Language:Spanish
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Cristian James Abvincula
Jarlin Javier Martinez
Hadder Blandon
Director:Josef Kubota Wladyka
Produced by:Elena Greenlee
Márcia Nunes
Screenwriter:Alan Blanco
Josef Kubota Wladyka
Cinematography:Alan Blanco
Editing By:Kristan Sprague
Music By:Scott Thorough
Description
Forget what you know about Colombian drug trafficking movies. Executive produced by Spike Lee and shot entirely on location in the violent epicenter of Colombia’s drug trade, director Josef Kubota Wladyka’s airtight drama grabs you early on and doesn’t let go. We meet estranged brothers Jacobo and Delio, who have little in common: stern Jacobo is an experienced drug runner whose young son was murdered after he mouthed off to a paramilitary gang, while the uninitiated young Delio has an infant son at home and dreams of being a rapper. Reunited by coincidence and tasked with towing millions of dollars worth of cocaine behind a fishing boat to Panama along the dense jungle coastline, the brothers must come together to avoid certain death when the inevitable trouble arises.
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