Crab Trap

  • December 7, 2013 / 19:00
  • December 15, 2013 / 14:00

Director: Oscar Ruíz Navia
Genre: Thriller/ Drama
Cast: Rodrigo Vélez, Arnobio Salazar Rivas, Jaime Andrés Castaño, Yisela Álvarez, Karent Hinestroza, Miguel Valoy
Colombia 95’, 2010, color
Spanish with Turkish subtitles

In La Barra, an isolated village on the Pacific Coast of Colombia, leader of the native Afro-Colombian community Cerebro (Brain), is at odds with El Paisa (The White Man), a landowner who wants to build a resort on the beach. Meanwhile Daniel, a strange and silent tourist, waits for a boat to take him out of the country.

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Crab Trap

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Trailer

Crab Trap

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