The Colors Of The Mountain (2011)
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Critic Reviews for The Colors Of The Mountain
Sometimes, a shot of a bloodied corpse on a donkey or an exploding hog says everything there is to say about the horror, the horror.
Arbeláez indulges in occasional twinges of Hollywood "emphasis," but mostly the film glides on its matter-of-fact textures, particularly the barbed but concrete rapport between sparky Manuel (Hernán Mauricio Ocampo) and put-upon Julian (Nolberto Sánchez).
Shot almost entirely from the children's perspective, Arbeláez tackles universal themes of conflict and its impact on ordinary people without getting mired in specific politics.
Powerful portrait of how civil war transforms the lives of children in a Colombian farm community from a carefree existence to one of fear and growing up too fast.
Audience Reviews for The Colors Of The Mountain
A very peculiar and well made drama that showcases the rough situation that the rural inhabitants in Colombia ussually go through, and while the harsh subject matter isnt as touched upon directly as many would want to, the young cast and their culture serve well as the base for a drama thats well paced and that always has more to talk about.
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