Pájaros de verano (Birds of Passage)
In the 1970s, a Wayuu family in Colombia gets involved in the flourishing drug trade that is boosted by the needs of young people in North America. Simple farmers turn into businessmen who are quickly overwhelmed by the impudence of this business’ system. In the desert of Guajira, a family of the Wayuu ethnic group assumes a leading role in the drug trafficking project and acquires a taste for wealth and power. As greed, passion and honour soon start to intermingle, a fratricidal war breaks out, jeopardizing families, lives and traditions.