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Wayuu: La niña de Maracaibo

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Director  Miguel Curiel
Writer  Miguel Curiel
4.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Fantasy, Thriller
Duration  
Country  Venezuela
Wayuu: La nina de Maracaibo movie poster
Cast  Daniel Alvarado
Language  Spanish Wayuunaiki Euskera
Release date  3 July 2012 (2012-07-03)
Genres  Action Film, Thriller, Fantasy, Crime Fiction
Similar movies  El Regreso (2013), Rock - Paper - Scissors (2012), Liz in September (2013), Secreto De Confesion (2013), A Soldiers Memories (2012)

Wayuu: La niña de Maracaibo (English: Wayuu: The Girl from Maracaibo) is a 2012 Venezuelan crime film directed by Miguel Curiel and starring Daniel Alvarado, Karina Velázquez and Asier Hernández. The film premiered in New York City in August 2005, and it opened in other countries, including Venezuela later that year.

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Plot

The film centers about the impossible love between Gamero, the King of the Guajiros (Daniel Alvarado) and Chiquinquirá (Karina Velázquez), who decide to live their passional adventure, which is forbidden because he is a wayuu and she is an alijuna (non-wayuu). In order to protect the life of Chiquinquirá, Gamero hires Alatriste (Asier Hernández), a basque detective with a past that torments him.

Production

Wayuu: La niña de Maracaibo WAYUU LA NIA DE MARACAIBO Programa Ibermedia

Most of the filming was done in the region of La Guajira, in the north of the venezuelan state of Zulia, where the wayuu people live.


References

Wayuu: La niña de Maracaibo Wikipedia


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