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In 1906, four men were executed for attempting to kill Colombia’s President, Rafael Reyes. The failed coup is revisited in Federico Atehortúa’s film essay, in which a family accident leads the director to discover the uncanny relationship between his mother, the origins of Colombian cinema, and recent events in the country’s prolonged armed conflict.

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165 West 65th Street

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Film at Lincoln Center

Pirotecnia

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