List of Latin movies.
After the end of the military dictatorship in Argentina in 1983, Floreal is released from prison. Instead of returning to his wife, he wanders through the night of Buenos Aires. He meets some people from his past - most of which are only imaginary - and remembers the events of his arrest and imprisonment. Written by Joern Richts
Floreal is released from the prison prior to the end of military coup d'etat in 1983. He is estranged to his former life because of his last few years in prison and discovering that his wife cheated him he is not sure he wants to go back to his former life and family. Wandering through the night his former friend "El-Negro" appears in the dark. He is already killed during the military coup. But this night he has a special mission: to help Floreal to catch up and face with the past, what has happened when he was serving time in prison. El-Negro helps him to live through the important events happened in his absence. He confronts some people of importance to him as he wanders through the night while his wife is afraid he will never come back home. During the long night El-Negro helps him to get past with his anger, understanding how hard it was to stand such a controversial time and how military Coup crushed people's lives and even killing lots of them relentlessly. By the sunset, when El-Negro finally says he is ready now to go on with his life and he must be back now, Floreal discovers he must be strong and must continue his life where he left like his coup stricken country...
A Man of Principle
In Colombia, from the second half of the nineteenth century, two political parties; The traditional liberal and conservative ¸ fought a series of civil wars for almost one hundred years of bloodshed in the country. The last of these To know as "La Violencia" ¸ began following the assassination of popular leader Jorge Eliecer Gaitan ¸ The April 9, 1948. That day began a dark period that lasted a decade in which met the key role hired murderers ¸ called "Pajaros" ¸ such as Leon Maria Lozano ¸ The most notorious of all. "The Condor." Written by Diego Alvarez
These are movies I looked up in IMDb. I usually am not interested in latin movies but shows are not so bad. Really good drama series mostly.