In the Colombian Pacific coast there is an Afro-Colombian population living in the midst of a cyclical violence. Modern slavery in sugar cane fields as the only labor alternative, extreme poverty, State’s abandonment, and revenge —transmitted from generation to generation— have led the youth to organize into gangs. Each gang lives locked inside its own “invisible border”: imaginary lines that define their territory and from which they can not escape. It is there where, day after day, they kill each other.
(Dir. Alejandro Quijano, Prod. Clare Weiskopf and Nicolas Van Hemelryck)