BIRDS OF PASSAGE (PÁJAROS DE VERANO)
Directed by Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra
Colombia, 2018, Spanish/Wayuunaiki/English, 120 minutes
It’s the 1970s, and America’s burgeoning obsession with marijuana has made Colombian farmers suddenly rich. In the Guajira region, a Wayúu family rises to prominence, but soon the trappings of wealth and power start a war that threatens to tear them and their ancient traditions apart.
From the director of EMBRACE OF THE SERPENT comes this epic, visually exquisite story. Almost mythical in its storytelling, BIRDS OF PASSAGE combines traditional culture, an immersive atmosphere of surreal imagery and vivid sound design with glorious widescreen cinematography.
General Admission: $13
VIP (Includes food from Kiosco): $20
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