Natalie DANA (CARAVAN PASS), Hector ULLOQUE (MEDIO DE CONTENCION PRODUCCIONES), Manuel RUIZ MONTEALEGRE (MEDIO DE CONTENCION PRODUCCIONES)
Jose, a Columbian fisherman, returns home after a long night of work. When he gets home, the village is upside down and his daughter is in a state of shock. Paramilitaries have killed Jose’s sons Dionisio and Rafael, and thrown their bodies into the river. Racked by deep pain, Jose decides to search for them in order to burry their bodies and keep their souls from wandering like so many others before. He uses a powerful prayer and all of his traditional beliefs to stay alive. In his rowboat, Jose will discover a country that has been torn apart, the bodies of other children, the violence of a teenage army coordinated by a handful of commanders and the terrible fear that seeps into everything it touches. His tenacity and the need to preserve his humanity will finally bring him what he was looking for in the midst of an unprecedented flood.