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Birds of Passage ENG



Colombia 1970s, as the american youth embraces hippie culture, marijuana bonanza hits the region, quickly turning farmers into seasoned businessmen. In the Guajira desert, a Wayuu
indigenous family takes a leading role in this new venture, and
discovers the perks of wealth and power. But when greed, passion, and honour blend together, a fratricidal war breaks out and will soon put their family, their lives and their ancestral traditions at stake.

Birds of Passage opened the Directors’ Fortnight section at the latest Cannes Film Festival to great acclaim. Oscar-nominated director Ciro Guerra(Embrace of the Serpent) teams up with long-time collaborator Cristina Gallego on a story about indigenous traditions and the
corrupting forces of wealth and power, set against the backdrop of the Colombian marijuana boom of the 1970s. Birds of Passage depicts the drug trade in Colombia before Narcos and Escobar and is selected as Colombias submission to the Academy Awards. The film has been picked up by The Orchard for distribution in the USA and Canada.

Title: Birds of Passage

Director: Ciro Guerra and Cristina Gallego

Country: Colombia, Denmark, Mexico, France

Language: Spanish 

Running Time: 125 min

Year: 2018

Featuring: Carmiña Martínez, Jhon Narváez, José Acosta

Swedish premiere: 19 April 2019

A visually stunning and often surprising true story....practically erupts with colour
— Variety
Hardly a scene goes by without something fundamentally familiar being rendered in a unique fashion.
— The Guardian
A textured and utterly unique re-imagining of the family crime saga.
— Sight and Sound