Boliiva: Film: Lo Más Bonito y Mis Mejores Años

Eduardo Ávila heads to the Latin American film festival in Cochabamba to watchLo Más Bonito y Mis Mejores Años: “By far, this is the best Bolivian movie that I have seen, as it really captures life in Cochabamba and I recognize so much of what takes place within the film. The subtle humor within the dialogue really provided something extra. I think this will be the one film that really attracts a lot of attention from Latin America.” Meanwhile, Jim Shultz has a word of advice for young documentary filmmakers on their way to Bolivia.

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