The Colors of the Mountain
Latin American Cinema • Drama
Nine-year-old Manuel lives in a remote, mountainous region of Colombia, a country in the midst of conflict between the military and armed guerilla rebels. Manuel and his friends play soccer every day, and Manuel dreams of becoming a professional goalie. One day, his brand new ball is kicked into a minefield - and Manuel and his friends will do everything in their power to recover their prized belonging.
THE COLORS OF THE MOUNTAIN is a "Moving, funny, poignant and insightful...a powerful debut!"(Screen International) It won the New Directors Award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
DIRECTED BY CARLOS CÉSAR ARBELÁEZ
COLOMBIA | 2010 | SPANISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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