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(336) 7.1 78 min 2018

Chola and Football are a couple of street dogs that live in the Los Reyes skatepark. A microcosm is organized around them, composed of things, animals and young adolescents in conflict with an adult world that they reject but are required to enter.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Iván Osnovikoff, Bettina Perut

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Thursday, 21 May 2020 03:30

I went into this film knowing it was going to be about a disaster and the fallout from it, but I wasn't prepared for the sheer amount of information on this film. It was a lot of things, but it was all explained. The people who were making the film were very upfront about the nature of the film and it was clear that it was done for the money, not for a social conscience. What I got from this film was an eye opening look into the nature of the human condition. It's not just about one bad event or a few bad events, it's about a huge ecosystem that is failing, and is failing because of the way it's being managed. The film is not a propaganda film, it's not a story of the worst of the worst, it's just an incredibly detailed look into the current state of the world, and the way that humanity is being led. A lot of the information was going to be very boring, so I was pleasantly surprised when the film moved at a very fast pace. There is a lot of information, and it was not all of it, it was mainly what I think the film was about. It's really informative and very well made, but I would recommend that you don't go into this film thinking it's going to be a social statement, and you will be shocked. It's not about being anti-global warming, it's not about being anti-climate change, it's about the way that humans are leading their lives and destroying the environment that we have worked so hard to create. It's very important to point out that this film is not an anti-science film, it's about a person being led by greed and a lack of self-awareness. You could argue that there's no moral to it, but I think that's a bit of a cop-out, because the message of the film is so powerful. The film also gives you an understanding of what is going on in the world today, and I think that's what makes it so powerful. It is informative, and if you watch it with an open mind and not expecting a message, then you will be pleasantly surprised.


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