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Film Available to Stream
Fri, Apr 9 at 12:01 am – Sun, Apr 18 at 11:59 pm PST
Actor Arley de Jesús Carvallido Lobo is onscreen for almost all of this powerful drama, and he is unforgettable. He plays José, a fisherman whose two sons are abducted by paramilitaries. With little fuss or ceremony and almost certain knowledge that they aren’t alive, he travels downriver in search of their bodies. His journey – an odyssey in every sense of the word – puts him in contact with a range of humanity from the helpful to the barbaric. Very little in Gille’s absorbing film is rendered with words, but the weight of Colombia’s civil conflict is captured by the visual poetry of the camera’s eye.
*Part of the 2020 Flashback Spotlight
Nicolás Rincón Gille began his career as a documentary filmmaker. His films include Those Waiting in the Dark (2007), winner of the Joris Ivens Award at Cinéma du Réel, and Noche herida(2015). Valley of Souls is his first narrative feature.
Original Language Title Tantas Almas
Director Nicolás Rincón Gille
Producer Hector Ulloque Franco, Manuel Ruiz Montealegre
Executive Producer Aurélien Bodinaux, Oualid Baha, Larissa Figueiredo, Rafael Urban
Writer Nicolás Rincón Gille
Editor Cedric Zoene
Cinematographer Juan Sarmiento G.
Cast Arley De Jesús Carvallido Lobo, Carlos Enrique Avila Argota, Maria Amanda Vargas Barbosa