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It tells the story of Alex, Pepe and Natasha, three street children who grow up in the same neighborhood looking for life. The mysterious appearance of an armored truck will change the lives of these three kids, who as adults will seek revenge from those responsible for their tragedy.
El Chuin is a popular sung and improvised poetry, exclusive to the municipality of Baní in the Dominican Republic.
El Último Chuin tells the story of five grandparents who make up the only group of popular sung and improvised poetry, called Chuin in the Dominican Republic, who, motivated by the desire of the youngest member of the group, set out to record a Chuines CD to immortalize the art that they fear to take with them to the grave.
Three years after the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Matías, a Dominican journalist, investigates the disappearance of children in his country and the relationship of traffickers with politicians and businessmen. To silence him they murder his family. That does not stop him and his instinct leads him to keep track of the network to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Almost on the verge of discovering the criminals and unmasking the role that various fraudulent NGOs have in the trafficking of children for prostitution and organ sales, they set him up. The thirst for revenge blinds him and, trying to save some children, he falls into the trap.
Pablo (27-30) is a young priest who for his revolutionary and rebellious ideals is sent from Mexico by the Holy See, to a rural area between the border of the Dominican Republic and Haiti. A border town far to the south. Desolate, dusty and forgotten.
There Pablo meets a beautiful and young prostitute who is nicknamed La Puchis, thus unleashing a series of events and conflicts after discovering a network of trafficking in women and corruption that will cast doubt on his principles, his votes and his credibility, leading him to a fight of life or death.
Eduardo (Josué Guerrero) is a young lawyer of ethical conduct and revolutionary activism, determined to expose the corruption of a powerful politician in his country (Mario Núñez). With the help of his partner, Ana Karen (Lisa Núñez), a resourceful and determined lawyer, Eduardo sneaks into his target’s cabin, only to hear the sound of a gunshot, marking the start of a race in a complex game between time and its cathartic process. Attempts to escape and fulfill their purpose will be the constant proof of the risky deductions that await the viewer.
Jackie is one of the most world renown hackers. He has devolved his masterpiece: An App that allows anyone to hack any social media account and grab all the information with just the use of that person phone number. Even if that info has been deleted the App can find it.
Once he has made public his new development in an online post his life is in danger. The pure essence of this App opens up the possibility to create world chaos if it falls in the wrong hands. All the international security agencies are following Jackie after this but even more dangerous is a crime organization that has set one of their best hitmen to trace, find and eliminate Jackie to gain control of the new software. This cat and mouse race ignites a chain of events that endangers Jackie and everyone around him.
An action thriller that evolves around cybercrime. The movie puts in place a history that show us how fragile our private information security is in a world governed by social media. A technological chaos theory based on the premise that the power is not in the money that is on the hands of a few but in the information in hands of many. As how the trust in technology can play against the human race.
Sara (17) and her nanny Yarisa (36), have a relationship that seems to transcend their class and race conditions: they are the closest thing to a daughter-mother; they love each other, they need each other. When Sara’s family moves to the coastal town of Las Terrenas to avoid the public eye after a corruption scandal it marks a turning point in their relationship. For Yarisa, this change means returning to her birth town and her daughter Mallory, whom she left in the care of family members years ago. For Sara, it means getting away from the life imposed by her family in the city, and as an avid diver, she longs to be near the sea. Sara has always wanted to look like Yarisa, to be like her, to be her daughter, that’s why she is fascinated when she meets Mallory, a 19-year-old girl who exudes all of Yarisa’s energy in her youth. In order to please her and appease the strange moment Yarisa is living, Sara invites Mallory to a party. But there, a fatal accident will make Mallory disappear only to reappear the next day, dead, on the side of a road.
Sara is responsible. Yarisa doesn’t know it. The atrocious machinery of reality will be set in motion and try to push Sarah and Yarisa in opposite directions. Each towards the world to which, according to social dictates, they belong.