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El Mundo

Read review Juan Sardá
The Hollywood Reporter

Beautifully crafted (...) Intelligently and assuredly explores how longstanding traditions can be gradually upended by drugs, money and outside influences

Read review Jordan Mintzser
El Mundo

Read review Luis Martínez

''Gallego and Guerra construct the film with such a deep interest in and respect for the indigenous culture that the drug element is but the window through which they view this endangered way of life''.

Read review Peter Debruge
The Guardian

This arid, windy area is home to the Wayúu people, and it is the deep sink in their traditions that makes this movie so compelling

Read review Jordan Hoffman
Screen Daily

A gripping saga which traces the birth of the narcotrafficking industry which gutted Colombian society, the follow up to Embrace Of The Serpent brings a fresh perspective, rejecting the overly familiar tropes of gangster movie

Read review Wendy Ide

'Birds of Passage' delivers another fascinating tone poem about Colombia's fractured identity.

Read review Eric Kohn