|June 22, 2018||11:00 AM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
In a summer town, two best friends wake up to their last day together as one of them is moving abroad.
During a hot summer in rural England, a sheep shearer in his late adolescence struggles with a growing attraction to his colleague.
One is a better footballer, but other is richer. Their friendship hits a crisis when money decides the merit.
An ode to a small town that has greatly contributed to the collective memory of Colombia: San Basilio de Palenque, the first town in the Americas to have broken free from European domination.
When the residents of a small fishing town learn about the upcoming secret visit of the President of the Republic to its local soap shop, they embark on a struggle to clean up and maintain the perfect image of their town.
|Running Time:||97 minutes|