La Playa de los Enchaquirados

Runtime : 86 mins

Genre : Documentary

Budget : 161.3 thousand $ USD

Plot : Vicky is fisherman by day and bar owner at night. When she was a little boy her dream was to be a radio soap opera star, nowadays she dreams of falling in love again. How is it possible that a small, barren place in the third world has managed to achieve this special form of freedom and tolerance?

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