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Wandering Shadows

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2004
Running time:89 minutes
Cast:Lowin Allende, Julián Díaz, César Badillo, Andrés Gaitán, Diego Manzano
Director:Ciro Alfonso Guerra
Writer:Ciro Alfonso Guerra

Description: Marie is flat broke. Having lost a leg, he can't find a job, thus can't pay his rent and is the butt of the jokes and scorn of others like him. While roaming the streets trying to scrape a living, he meets an unusual person, a man who carries people around on his back in the centre of Bogota, for which he charges 500 pesos. A friendship grows between the two, thus making their lives easier to live while offering them the chance of redemption. But they share a past, the violent past which has always accompanied the people of Colombia. This past unites and separates them, uncovering them as beings who have lost everything, except the hope of starting again.

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