TWO WATERS

DOS AGUAS

By Patricia VELÁSQUEZ

TIEMPO LIQUIDO SRL - as PROD

Family - Completed 2015

Nató, a kid who lives on the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica, discovers that his brother owes a considerable amount of money to the local drug trafficking gang.  From that moment on, Nató and his best friend are willing to do anything possible, to help his brother, without regard for consequences.

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& Awards

Guadalajara FICG 2015
    • Year of production
    • 2015
    • Genres
    • Family, First film, Drama
    • Countries
    • COSTA RICA, COLOMBIA
    • Languages
    • SPANISH, ENGLISH, FRENCH
    • Duration
    • 72 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Patricia VELÁSQUEZ
    • Writer(s)
    • Oscar HERRERA, Patricia VELÁSQUEZ
    • Producer(s)
    • Patricia VELÁSQUEZ (Tiempo Líquido), Gustavo PAZMIN (Igolai Producciones)
    • Synopsis
    • TWO WATERS is a coming of age story following NATÓ, a 11-year-old kid who lives on the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica, a lush natural tropical paradise that contrasts harshly with the social and economic poverty of the people living there. To try to transcend his surroundings, where employment opportunities barely exist and crime and drug trafficking have become one of the few ways to make money, Nató has been practicing football since he was little. He is chasing a dream his brother could never fulfill: becoming a football star and lift his family out of poverty. One day. Nató discovers that his brother owes a considerable amount of money to the local drug trafficking gang and that he is hopelessly and dangerously entangled in their world.   From that moment on, Nató and his friend KLANE are willing to do anything possible, and even the impossible, to help his brother, without regard for neither risks nor consequences. As their quest unfold, the boys have to deal with and question their relationship with their family, the contradictory feelings that grow within them, as well as the vanishing line between the boundaries of “good” and “bad”.
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