Venezuelan filmmaker Anabel Rodríguez Ríos accomplishes the rare feat of giving us an independent documentary perspective on her country. Her carefully observed film is set in the small fishing village of Congo Mirador on Lake Maracaibo. The film focuses on two characters: Tamara, a Chavist party representative; and Natalie, a rebellious opposition-supporting school teacher. As the village prepares for a parliamentary elections, we witness the forces of pollution and political corruption on the residents.
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