Law of the Jungle (La Ley Del Monte)

Institute History

  • 1990 Sundance Film Festival


Law of the Jungle is a hallucinatory and cautionary portrait of Colombia’s wild frontier. Its eastern lowland plains that give onto the remote Amazon Basin. In this Inaccessible exotic region, cattle graze, cocaine Is processed, forests 8Je denuded and bars flourish. Development is imminent. Will It come at the price of the environment?

Sunday, January 21, 10:00 a.m.
Holiday Village Cinema III


— Laurence Kardish

Screening Details

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