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Directed By: Anabel Rodriguez Rios
On Lake Maracaibo, beneath the mysterious silent Catatumbo lightning, the village of Congo Mirador is preparing for parliamentary elections. For streetwise local businesswoman and Chavist party representative Tamara every vote counts, fought by all means, while for opposition-supporting teacher Natalie, politics is a weapon unsuccessfully attempting to force her from her job. And with her sharp eyes, little Yoaini sees her community sinking from sedimentation, her childhood and innocence with it. How can a small fishing village survive against corruption, pollution and political decay a reflection of all the flaws of contemporary Venezuela.
Film Festivals & Awards:
・Cine Latino At Home - Audience Choice Award
・Sundance Film Festival
・Salem Film Fest
・Atlanta Film Festival
・Cleveland International Film Festival
・Human Rights Film Festival
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