Birds of Passage: Co-Directors Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra On Columbian Drug Trade [Exclusive Interview]

For decades, marijuana drug trade was illicit and very violent. It changed the landscape for this illegal business around the world.

In the Spanish language film Pajaros de Verano or Birds of Passage, the film is about Rapayet and his indigenous family getting involved in a war to control the business that ends up destroying their lives and their culture over drug trafficking in Columbia.

The film stars Carmina Martinez, Jose Acosta and Natalia Reyes. It is directed by Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra. The screenplay is written by Maria Camila Arias.

LRM sat down for an exclusive interview with the directors to discuss the originations and storyline for the film.

Pajaros de Verano or Birds of Passage is currently playing in select theaters today.

Watch our exclusive interview above.

Source: LRM Online Exclusive

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Nancy Tapia

Nancy Tapia has been an interviewer for LRM and Latino-Review Media since 2011. Former UCLA Bruin specializes in Operations Management. Covering entertainment has been an unexpected lively journey. Always open to the next, new experience. From solo traveling to adding a new peak to her personal 100 Hike Challenge. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @inancytapia

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