Co-presented with Houston Latino Film Festival
Co-presented with Houston Latino Film Festival. Masks are required to be worn inside at all times.
Also available virtually for 72 hours beginning Nov 20 at 7:30pm, followed by a Q&A with Nino Martínez Sosa. For more information visit here.
Part of The Third Coast Program.
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In early 20th century, Liborio, a peasant, disappears in a hurricane and returns as a prophet. He says he’s been given a mission: to bring the good and take away the evil, curing the sick and teaching by example.
People begin to congregate by his side and they move to the mountains to have total freedom and develop the dream of an independent community.
Everything changes when the invading US Marines wants to disarm and disband the community. Liborio wants to avoid a confrontation but knows that they can’t run forever.
|Country, Year||Dominican Republic, 2021|
|Director||Nino Marínez Sosa|
|Writer||Nino Martínez Sosa, Pablo Arellano|
|Cast||Vincente Santos, Karina Valdez, Ramón Emilio Candelario, Fidia Peralta, Anderson Mojica, Jeffrey Holsman|
|Producer||Fernando Santos Díaz, Nino Martínez Sosa|
|Runtime||99 MINS, SECS|