Golden Earth Film Award Nominees of September 2018.

First Edition of Golden Earth Film Award's held in September 2018, 30 films get nominated in eleven different categories. one film out of all in each category was awarded as Best film of the category.


Nominee Best Short Film

  • It gets better Directed by Adi Wojaczek is 20 minutes short film filmed in Germany, the story of the film about When single mother Anne finds out her son Ben is a victim of cyberbullying, she fights for her sons rights amidst a tragic event..


  • They Can't Hear You Directed by Luke Creely is 5 minutes 42 seconds short film filmed in Australia, the story of the film about A young woman is held captive, bound, and given an ultimatum by her captor - find a way to escape in only a few minutes, or be killed.


  • RAGGITY ANNS Directed by Rachel Neal is 18 minutes 12 seconds short film filmed in United States, the story of the film about Raggity Anns - A Short Film is a preview of our upcoming dramatic and suspenseful web series. The series will depict the lives of three internally flawed women, with traumatic childhoods, who attempt to navigate through life’s peaks and valleys in the affluent suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia..


  • The Appointment Directed by Shayla Ash is 11 minutes 1 second short film filmed in United Kingdom, the story of the film about Gary is struggling with his wife's affair, but today his demeanor is different when he visits psychiatrist, Dr Aron Sharma.


  • My Stavroula Directed by Kostas Kolimenos is 13 minutes 41 seconds short film filmed in Greece, the story of the film about The life of a Greek middle-aged man is torn apart by the crisis in all of his life fields. Will he found a way out?.


  • MOURNING IN CHINA Directed by ROBERT FACTOR is short film filmed in United States, the story of the film about Escaping the emotional turmoil of his best friend's death, a man learns to find his identity and soul again, in China..


  • A Date With Shillelagh Directed by Jeff Stewart, Brian Johnston is 12 minutes 32 seconds short film filmed in United Kingdom, the story of the film about The film focuses on the mysogynistic behaviour within the entertainment industry. Highlighted in high profile allegations against media mogul Harvey Weinstein. This film production supports The Me Too Movement. Used as a hashtag on social media, Me Too spread virally in October 2017 in an attempt to demonstrate the widespread prevalence of sexual assaults and harassment, especially in the workplace. It followed soon after the sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein. Starring Eleanor Burke (Jo) who appeared in the Oscar nominated film 'Kon Tiki' and Lauren Cornelius (Karen) a regular with BBC Radio 4 drama, the story follows Jo's dreams of fame. Failing to heed Karen's warnings about slimeball music promoter Billy Tomkins (played by Peter McManus), Jo chances the dance with danger, to pursue her Rolls Royce road to stardom..


  • Final Letter Directed by Orwa Alahmad is 17 minutes short film filmed in France, the story of the film about A short film based on a true story about a Syrian refugee who drowned in the sea when he tried to reach France..


  • Heartbox Directed by Richard Anthony Dunford is 8 minutes 24 seconds short film filmed in United Kingdom, the story of the film about As a sign of commitment humans offer their hearts in a heartbox; but not all love will last forever. An experimental short film featuring an interpretation of Christopher Marlowe’s poem ‘The Passionate shepherd to his love’ and a rendition of Mozart’s Lacrimosa.


  • Gutless Directed by Nathan Cragun is 10 minutes 54 seconds short film filmed in United States, the story of the film about A young soldier, conflicted by his past, is faced with his greatest obstacle: himself..


  • Soul of Steel Directed by Alexandre Bilardo is 29 minutes 57 seconds short film filmed in Switzerland, the story of the film about A successful young man finds by chance a handgun left in the street. He chooses to keep it. He soon falls under the weapon's attraction and quickly realizes that the gun literally sticks to his hand, appearing against his will at the most surprising moments. Terrified, he seeks the help of a private detective, unaware that his action has already started an unstoppable and deadly countdown....


  • Bitch, Popcorn & Blood Directed by Fabio Soares is 15 minutes 59 seconds short film filmed in France, the story of the film about At Salt’ n Sugar, a popcorn bar in the middle of nowhere, LILY a bored waitress, is goingto turn her life around when two fishy strangers show up in the bar. A mix of onirism, violence and dark humor, Bitch, Popcorn & Blood is simply the weapon that everyone has dreamt of being one day..


  • Window Directed by Sumit Mishra is 18 minutes short film filmed in India, the story of the film about Khidaki is Story of a poor girl Amba & her dreams where window is imaginary object between her dream and reality. Amba hails from a poor to do family and is a ‘not so’ good looking girl from a popular world view of beauty, but rejections in life havent killed her inner spirit, and the creative beauty that loes within. This ‘khidki’ within Amba gives her a peek into a world where everything is perfect and beautiful! Will amba find a partner who shares her idea of true inner beauty?.


  • On the Fence Directed by Luciana Caplan is 46 minutes 19 seconds short film filmed in United States, the story of the film about A little dog that escapes from home and his owner's struggles to find him, trying every resource that she can to get him back. During her journey she finds out an unexpected issue that must be faced..


  • Three Faced Directed by Collins Uzowulu, Russell Reed is 12 minutes 22 seconds short film filmed in United States, the story of the film about ....


  • Tender Vow Directed by Ashton K Bracciodieta is 17 minutes 56 seconds short film filmed in United States, the story of the film about When the everyday work life starts to take over their marriage. Robert must figure out a way to repair the rift between him and his wife Janice. But fate will deal them a tragic blow and Robert will left wishing for one last chance to complete a promise. A promise that only heaven can fulfill with a little help from an angel..


  • 500 Directed by Bogdan Albu is 25 minutes 49 seconds short film filmed in Romania , the story of the film about Maria saves a man from drowning , just as she was about to take her own life, only to find out that small kindnesses can come back and change your life..


  • Agony Directed by Cesar Roman is 13 minutes 3 seconds short film filmed in United States, the story of the film about The period of transition between life and death. The extreme suffering. The last phase of life or the first phase of death. Pain and affliction Slow or fast It's not the time. It is the intensity. The agony of a nation that seems to be living its last days in the middle of a social explosion, protests and repressions. The town on the street. In front of the students, who in the midst of songs, banners, slogans and tear gas, are brutally repressed and imprisoned by officers of the national guard under the orders of a Tyrant Government that suffers from justice. Those who are imprisoned are left at the mercy of a cruel system that hides them from any legal procedure. His whereabouts are unpredictable and his future is clearer death..


  • The Window Directed by Stephen McKinnon is 6 minutes 40 seconds short film filmed in Canada, the story of the film about When Josh took a stroll on the wrong side of the law he became the target of an abandoned house with mysterious origins. After glimpsing salvation through a mystical window, he takes a leap of faith and enters a new world..


Nominee Best Student Film

  • Our Park Bench Directed by Katya Kaminsky is 5 minutes 22 seconds student film filmed in United States, the story of the film about "Our Park Bench" is a short film that explores the relationship between a father, a daughter, and their inevitable progression through life. Showcased in their favorite place: "their" park bench..


Nominee Best LGBT Film

  • Guilty prejudices Directed by Jean-Philippe Tranvouez is 1 hour 24 minutes LGBT film filmed in France, the story of the film about Léon, 22, and David, 27, plan to celebrate their first birthday, but during this evening, one is savagely stabbed, the other accused of the crime. Fred Darrieu will take advantage of the 48 hours of custody to seek, beyond prejudices, the truth and mourn the same events that he suffered years ago..


Nominee Best Music Video

  • Truia Directed by Salla Hongisto is 3 minutes 44 seconds music video filmed in Finland, the story of the film about Escaping the cage that the mind has built helps one to become what one truly is..


  • BASEBALL'S MY GAME Directed by Brianna S. Jamison is 5 minutes 20 seconds music video filmed in United States, the story of the film about Music video. Made for screenplay, MINOR CHANCES. Vintage baseball 1940's to current. Baseball when it was a real game.. I can only dream Directed by Alfredo Contreras is 3 minutes 11 seconds music video filmed in Spain, the story of the film about This song is from the film "Luces", where the singer asks a dangerous gangster for a job and finally falls in love with his bodyguard..


  • Unhappy Holiday Directed by Anna Haas is 4 minutes 18 seconds music video filmed in United States, the story of the film about Though we generally associate the holidays with merry and bright feelings, let’s face it, a Christmas of blue is certainly familiar to us all, and singer/songwriter Katie Garibaldi does a masterful job conveying a tears-in-your-beer holiday scenario with her new song and music video “Unhappy Holiday.” The video, shot in Nashville, TN, harkens back to the classic honky tonk, whiskey drinking, and live music playing Music City, and the vintage country aesthetic suits the classic country sound of the tune perfectly. In the video, directed by Anna Haas, Garibaldi plays a heartbroken singer, crooning, “So God help me find strength in this lonely, numbing drink ‘cause I don’t want to have an unhappy holiday,” as her bandmates try to console her while the rest of the bar patrons are full of holiday cheer. The scenes also include a magical Christmas tree farm and a cozy nook by the fire. But don’t let the title “Unhappy Holiday” fool you; watch the video through to the end to see the true Christmas spirit take full effect..


  • VISIBLE LIGHT Directed by Nihal Ses aka OpBe is 3 minutes 50 seconds music video filmed in United States, the story of the film about ...


Nominee Best Web Series

  • "FML Series - Pilot Directed by Viktoria I.V. King is 20 minutes web series filmed in United States, the story of the film about "F.M.L." ("F**k My Life"), is a comedic web series about five friends of color going through a quarter life crisis whilst working in some facet of the porn industry. This an inclusive comedy that centers around five millennial friends of color who are currently navigating through the bullshit called life as they try to find themselves, their identity, actual money in their bank account, their purpose and make sure to drink a lot and get laid along the way. An aspiring erotica writer, a lover of sex/sex store employee, an indie filmmaker turned porn director, an actor/model turned aspiring porn star, and an entrepreneur of sex make up the group of friends. Plus there are so many other characters they meet along the way..


  • Hyper Directed by Alexandre Bilardo, Andreia Ribeiro is 6 minutes web series filmed in Switzerland, the story of the film about “Hyper" is a fantasy web-series of 5 episodes narrating the struggle of a woman against her Nemesis. It shows the toxic relationship with a narcissistic pervert in an original way. This web-series gives the floor to creators who for some is their first experience and for people who have been faced with this issue..


  • Brooklynification Directed by Keith Miller is 60 minutes web series filmed in United States , the story of the film about An uncomfortable anthology comedy series about gentrification in Brooklyn..


Nominee Best Documentary Film

  • Sparsh - Leprosy mission Directed by Gaurang Bhat is 50 minutes documentary film filmed in United States, the story of the film about SPARSH, A LEPROSY MISSION highlights the condition and social stigma surrounding lepers post elimination of leprosy, declared by the Indian government in 2005..


  • "Cuba, Libre?" Directed by Dick Jordan is 55 minutes 41 seconds documentary film filmed in United States, the story of the film about “Cuba, Libre?” is a 56-minute long documentary that traces the history of travel to Cuba by Americans. To date, it has been an Official Selection in forty-seven film festivals and film award competitions, been nominated for "Best Documentary" nine times, and won seventeen awards, including four for “Best Documentary.” It has aired on 65 public access television stations across the U.S. Using black-and-white archival film footage, it begins with “Voices of the Past,” a look back in time to the early decades of the 20th century when Cuba was a glamorous destination for American tourists. It then recounts the Castro-led revolution of the late 1950s that deposed the government of Fulgencio Batista, the subsequent severing of diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Cuba, and the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. Contemporary color films and still photos of Cuba provide a visually intriguing backdrop for the second half of the film, “Voices of The Present,” during which five travel writers tell their journeys of discovery to Cuba beginning in the 1990s, when Americans resumed visits following the demise of Cuba’s communist benefactor, the Soviet Union, and continuing through mid-2015, just months after President Obama eased restrictions on travel by Americans to that Caribbean island nation on December 17, 2014. Between those two distinct halves of the documentary, the trailer for the 1959 comedic Hollywood spy film, “Our Man in Havana,” based on the Graham Greene novel of the same name, and starring Alec Guinness, is used to illustrate the 30-year period from the early 1960s to the early 1990s when Cuba was a mysterious Caribbean island, so near to, yet so far from the United States, off-limits to American tourists..


  • Black Snow Directed by Stephen Linstead is 22 minutes 30 seconds documentary film filmed in United Kingdom, the story of the film about On December 12, 1866, 361 men and boys were killed in an explosion at the Oaks Colliery in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, UK. Despite being the world's worst industrial loss of life in the 19th century, it remained relatively unremembered until 2015, when a group of ex-miners, trade unionists, and local historians attempted to raise money to erect a memorial for its 150th anniversary. But first, they had to find out what happened, and to whom, and whether anybody cared. The film tells three interlocking stories: the story of a historical community devastated by the disaster, struggling to survive; the story of a contemporary community, decimated by the loss of industry, rediscovering itself in the struggle to remember; and the story of a sculptor, struggling to make one last masterpiece..


  • Editing Propaganda Directed by Achinoam Morell is 29 minutes documentary film filmed in United States, the story of the film about A documentary film focusing on how the media influences us with messages, and how easily those messages can be reconstructed to put forth ideologies that are completely separate from their original counterparts..


  • ABALON Directed by Vahid Keshavarz is 7 minutes 22 seconds documentary film filmed in United Kingdom , the story of the film about a short documentary about a creative person making candles..


  • Journey to Hope Directed by Anita Kruse is 1 hour 16 minutes 41 seconds documentary film filmed in United States, the story of the film about Purple Songs Can Fly, the first recording studio ever created on a pediatric cancer floor, was founded in 2006 at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, Texas. Twelve years and thousands of songs later, six childhood cancer patients, Mia, Layla, Dominic, Emily, Stephen and Christian, come together as survivors to share "Journey to Hope" an original musical featuring their own songs, written and recorded in the Purple Songs Can Fly studio during their individual cancer journeys..


Nominee Best Director

  • Soul of Steel Directed by Alexandre Bilardo is 29 minutes 57 seconds best director filmed in Switzerland, the story of the film about A successful young man finds by chance a handgun left in the street. He chooses to keep it. He soon falls under the weapon's attraction and quickly realizes that the gun literally sticks to his hand, appearing against his will at the most surprising moments. Terrified, he seeks the help of a private detective, unaware that his action has already started an unstoppable and deadly countdown....


  • Window Directed by Sumit Mishra is 18 minutes best director filmed in India, the story of the film about Khidaki is Story of a poor girl Amba & her dreams where window is imaginary object between her dream and reality. Amba hails from a poor to do family and is a ‘not so’ good looking girl from a popular world view of beauty, but rejections in life havent killed her inner spirit, and the creative beauty that loes within. This ‘khidki’ within Amba gives her a peek into a world where everything is perfect and beautiful! Will amba find a partner who shares her idea of true inner beauty?.


  • On the Fence Directed by Luciana Caplan is 46 minutes 19 seconds best director filmed in United States, the story of the film about A little dog that escapes from home and his owner's struggles to find him, trying every resource that she can to get him back. During her journey she finds out an unexpected issue that must be faced..


  • Agony Directed by Cesar Roman is 13 minutes 3 seconds best director filmed in United States, the story of the film about The period of transition between life and death. The extreme suffering. The last phase of life or the first phase of death. Pain and affliction Slow or fast It's not the time. It is the intensity. The agony of a nation that seems to be living its last days in the middle of a social explosion, protests and repressions. The town on the street. In front of the students, who in the midst of songs, banners, slogans and tear gas, are brutally repressed and imprisoned by officers of the national guard under the orders of a Tyrant Government that suffers from justice. Those who are imprisoned are left at the mercy of a cruel system that hides them from any legal procedure. His whereabouts are unpredictable and his future is clearer death..


Nominee Best First Time Director

  • D.A.T.E Directed by Sai Deodhar Anand is 13 minutes 10 seconds best first time director filmed in India, the story of the film about An older lady's first job interview and what happens thereafter..


  • Tapferkeit Directed by Joseph Quinn is 19 minutes 17 seconds best first time director filmed in United States, the story of the film about During the WWII North African campaign, a German sniper of the AfrikaKorps and a U.S. Combat engineer find themselves the sole survivors of a battle. They must reluctantly join forces to escape a marauding band of desert nomads and the unforgiving desolation of the Sahara desert. During their odyssey, the German relates the destruction of his country due to following their corrupt politicians. He regrets not stopping them before it was too late. It's a specter from the past that sadly parallels many aspects of our society today. The German soon realizes his own government is the real enemy of his people and struggles to find the courage (Tapferkeit) to stop them..


  • Parrots Directed by Shashank Shekar Singh is 50 minutes 1 second best first time director filmed in India, the story of the film about a story of a theater personality, who has written a play which is adapted from a poem. When he is trying to perform it into a stage play, then some influential people, with hidden agendas become his obstacle. This times it is not about Freedom of Speech but Freedom of Thought..


  • Trapped in the Trade Directed by Jan Edwards, Joshua C Pies is 29 minutes 40 seconds best first time director filmed in United States, the story of the film about A cutting edge docufilm that takes the audience through Samantha’s experience of being at a new at school and making friends, that lure and coerce her into the world of sex-trafficking. The film highlights this insidious realm that is unimaginable to most: Children recruiting other children into the sex trade. The do this for financial gain, survival or sport right here in America, in our schools, our neighborhoods, our communities, through friendship and romance. Compelling, engaging and deeply human, Trapped in the Trade, is a story about the reality of unknown danger in relationships and the allure of being part of the ‘in’ crowd. It also offers hope by encouraging teens to trust themselves and empowers the audience to take action..


Nominee Best Director of Photography

  • Quintessential The Movie Directed by Sammie Johnson is 2 hours 36 minutes best director of photography filmed in United States, the story of the film about This Award Winning Film has over 150+ wins and nominations thus far. "QUINTESSENTIAL THE MOVIE" takes us through the adventurous lives of Millennials Sapphire Jones and Vyshonne Evers. Both gain valuable life experience as they are determined to succeed while facing life challenges. They learn to be patient, hold the vision, trust the process, and execute with efficiency..


  • Johnny on the Moon Directed by Eva Everett Irving is 30 minutes best director of photography filmed in Canada, the story of the film about It is July, 1969. While man steps foot on the moon, two young men escape into their imaginations in the wilderness of Northern Ontario. Their love for one another is clear, when Johnny asks Max to never open the door in the floor of their cabin. Max complies, but with the passing of time, the lines between reality and make-believe blur together, and the boys are confronted with unspeakable memories of the Vietnam war, the possibility that they never left it, and what lies beneath the door the in the floor..


  • A Date With Shillelagh Directed by Jeff Stewart, Brian Johnston is 12 minutes 32 seconds best director of photography filmed in United Kingdom, the story of the film about The film focuses on the mysogynistic behaviour within the entertainment industry. Highlighted in high profile allegations against media mogul Harvey Weinstein. This film production supports The Me Too Movement. Used as a hashtag on social media, Me Too spread virally in October 2017 in an attempt to demonstrate the widespread prevalence of sexual assaults and harassment, especially in the workplace. It followed soon after the sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein. Starring Eleanor Burke (Jo) who appeared in the Oscar nominated film 'Kon Tiki' and Lauren Cornelius (Karen) a regular with BBC Radio 4 drama, the story follows Jo's dreams of fame. Failing to heed Karen's warnings about slimeball music promoter Billy Tomkins (played by Peter McManus), Jo chances the dance with danger, to pursue her Rolls Royce road to stardom..


  • Agony Directed by Cesar Roman is 13 minutes 3 seconds best director of photography filmed in United States, the story of the film about The period of transition between life and death. The extreme suffering. The last phase of life or the first phase of death. Pain and affliction Slow or fast It's not the time. It is the intensity. The agony of a nation that seems to be living its last days in the middle of a social explosion, protests and repressions. The town on the street. In front of the students, who in the midst of songs, banners, slogans and tear gas, are brutally repressed and imprisoned by officers of the national guard under the orders of a Tyrant Government that suffers from justice. Those who are imprisoned are left at the mercy of a cruel system that hides them from any legal procedure. His whereabouts are unpredictable and his future is clearer death..


Nominee Best Editor

  • I Will Crush You & Go To Hell Directed by Fabio Soares, Célia Paysan is 21 minutes 57 seconds best editor filmed in France, the story of the film about At their father’s funeral, Colorado and Louise Fox discover the existence of an exclusive and mysterious heiress: Apple Pie. Together, they set out to find who she is and hit the road to get the money back… I Will Crush You & Go to Hell is a feminine and psychedelic road movie telling the journey of two sisters running away from their past to give their lives a new meaning. Raw, violent and poetic at the same time, the film is a quest about deliverance and freedom..


  • BPM Directed by Greg Robbins is 4 minutes best editor filmed in United States, the story of the film about A jogger searching for cheap thrills stumbles upon something more exhilarating..


  • Hyper Directed by Alexandre Bilardo, Andreia Ribeiro is 6 minutes web series filmed in Switzerland, the story of the film about “Hyper" is a fantasy web-series of 5 episodes narrating the struggle of a woman against her Nemesis. It shows the toxic relationship with a narcissistic pervert in an original way. This web-series gives the floor to creators who for some is their first experience and for people who have been faced with this issue..


  • A Date With Shillelagh Directed by Jeff Stewart, Brian Johnston is 12 minutes 32 seconds best director of photography filmed in United Kingdom, the story of the film about The film focuses on the mysogynistic behaviour within the entertainment industry. Highlighted in high profile allegations against media mogul Harvey Weinstein. This film production supports The Me Too Movement. Used as a hashtag on social media, Me Too spread virally in October 2017 in an attempt to demonstrate the widespread prevalence of sexual assaults and harassment, especially in the workplace. It followed soon after the sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein. Starring Eleanor Burke (Jo) who appeared in the Oscar nominated film 'Kon Tiki' and Lauren Cornelius (Karen) a regular with BBC Radio 4 drama, the story follows Jo's dreams of fame. Failing to heed Karen's warnings about slimeball music promoter Billy Tomkins (played by Peter McManus), Jo chances the dance with danger, to pursue her Rolls Royce road to stardom..


Nominee Best Screenplay

  • ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? Directed by Robert Factor is best screenplay filmed in United States, the story of the film about Two sisters, Lisa & Marie are die hard Elvis worshipers living in NYC. They've been saving all their money to go to Graceland to open the 'First Church of Elvis'. The night before they leave, Elvis shows up in their apartment. It is a story about loneliness, needs, redemption, forgiveness and people reaching out..


  • Green Heart Directed by Roberto Lemos is best screenplay filmed in Brazil, the story of the film about Humans capture animals in the Amazon Forest for illegal traffic. The anteater Ed is captured on the day of his marriage to Isabella. He manages to escape along with Tutunge, a fumbling golden lion tamarin. Together, new friends will gather to face humans freeing other animals. Together, they will gather new friends from the most diverse species and confront humans against illegal trafficking..


  • Alea Jacta Est ! Directed by Daniel JENNY is 12 minutes 38 seconds best screenplay filmed in France, the story of the film about LINZ – June 1901 In that small Austrian town where he practised as a surgeon, Doctor ROSENTHAL save a badly ill little boy from a hopeless end, thanks to an outstanding operation; and that he did, despite the will of the clinic leader who did not agree to take such a risk. How could he imagine the further consequences of his humanitarian behaviour ? Yet, if he had known … what would have been his decision ? Could he have, for that, called into question oath of Hippocrate ?.


  • The Alliance Directed by Robert L Butler Jr is best screenplay filmed in United States, the story of the film about 4 drug dealers call a truce and form an Alliance,but after 20 years of peace one member is forced to kill the others.


  • Insurance can be sometime a dangerous game ! Directed by Daniel JENNY is 16 minutes 50 seconds best screenplay filmed in France, the story of the film about A small town, a rainy evening, in the provinces. A man, David, enters an art gallery. He comes to meet the owner, Paul, whose business is actually a facade allowing him to carry out insurance scams for unscrupulous customers turned down by his accomplice, Florence. But this time, the case proposed by David will not unfold as he had envisioned ....


  • Quintessential The Movie Directed by Sammie Johnson is 2 hours 36 minutes best screenplay of photography filmed in United States, the story of the film about This Award Winning Film has over 150+ wins and nominations thus far. "QUINTESSENTIAL THE MOVIE" takes us through the adventurous lives of Millennials Sapphire Jones and Vyshonne Evers. Both gain valuable life experience as they are determined to succeed while facing life challenges. They learn to be patient, hold the vision, trust the process, and execute with efficiency..


  • Agony Directed by Cesar Roman is 13 minutes 3 seconds best director of photography filmed in United States, the story of the film about The period of transition between life and death. The extreme suffering. The last phase of life or the first phase of death. Pain and affliction Slow or fast It's not the time. It is the intensity. The agony of a nation that seems to be living its last days in the middle of a social explosion, protests and repressions. The town on the street. In front of the students, who in the midst of songs, banners, slogans and tear gas, are brutally repressed and imprisoned by officers of the national guard under the orders of a Tyrant Government that suffers from justice. Those who are imprisoned are left at the mercy of a cruel system that hides them from any legal procedure. His whereabouts are unpredictable and his future is clearer death..


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