Southern District
Zona sur

Southern District - Zona sur
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Norma

fascinating insight into race and class relations in contemporary Bolivia. Recommended.

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Owen

Zona sur me ha dejado girando relaciones tanto personales como sociales y hasta sensaciones físicas. Qué buena película que provoca tanto.

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