Subtle Voices: Cries from Colombia
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(Jul 13, 2006)
Subtle Voices: Cries from Colombia is a film that highlights the complicated struggles of the Colombian people. From the capital city of Bogota and the corruption of Medellin, to the rural landscape of Apartado, follow documentary filmaker Andrew Patterson as he takes first hand accounts directly from the mouths of those tortured and abused by armed actors in the violent civil war that has been raging in Colombia for over fifty years.
* All proceeds are donated to the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship as of March 23, 2009.
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I don't want to sound harsh, but the price doesn't match the quality, which is a very big bummer. There's nothing wrong with making a quick buck, as Patterson is obviously very adept at doing (particularly since he got me for $20 of my hard earned money), but the other reviews are GREATLY INFLATED. Oh yeah, I also should have taken note that the only other reviewer shares that same last name as the documentary's producer/star/ narrator "Patterson". I don't want to sound jaded, but having read that review and watched the movie, I suspect that the other reviewer HAS to be related to the documentary's creator. You've heard of the saying "that he/she has a face that only a mother could love". . . well this is a documentary that only a realtive could love.