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Bullfight in Sincelejo

Colombia, 1975 (MIFF 1977)

Director: Ciro Duran, Mario Mitrotti

Each year, the cattle ranchers and landowners in Colombia's richest grazing region, sponsor a bullfight for the entertainment of the poor workers in Sincelejo This film is a record of the primitive bullfight, and it also comments on the social contrast in the society in which it takes place.

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