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Fresh: Though some of the concepts may be New Age boilerplate, the film's images linger; especially that of the river, the snake devouring us all. – Peter Keough, Boston Globe, Mar 10, 2016

Fresh: This stunning historical drama, shot mainly in black and white across the Amazon region of Colombia, focuses on a shaman who's approached at different points by white men seeking medicinal substances. – J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader, Mar 10, 2016

Fresh: It is gripping, challenging, engrossing stuff, beginning to end. Seriously, what a film. – Tom Long, Detroit News, Apr 22, 2016

Their land was plundered for rubber while they were enslaved or killed. As Embrace of the Serpent tells the shocking story of the tribespeople of Colombia, its star relives a moving screening in the heart of the jungle

I t was nominated for an Oscar and won an award at Cannes. But for Antonio Bolívar Salvador, Embrace of the Serpent ’s most important moment took place far from the shining beaches of LA and the Riviera – in the jungles of Vaupés in Colombia.

A screening of the film, which tells the story of an Amazonian shaman in the 1900s, was held in a maloka – or traditional longhouse. Tribespeople young and old hiked through the jungle for days to reach the makeshift cinema. Too many to be seated, they packed in together and watched standing up. When the film, which was shot in the area, was over, they called for it to be shown again.

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VENOMOUS SNAKES IN THE AMAZON. Ever since the first outsider set foot in the Amazon, ... Amazonian Toadheaded Pitviper (Bothrocophias hyoprora).

Embrace of the Serpent review: ... an Amazonian shaman, ... Embrace of the Serpent creates something magical and mystical out of this idea.

Emerging from the collision between the ravaging colonial
powers and the native population, the history of Latin America is marked by the
constant struggle between these cultural forces. One sought to conquer and
prevail violently, while the other fought not be vanished in their own land. In
the majestically ambitious Colombian stunner “ Embrace of the Serpent ,” the
evolving effects of this encounter are observed through the events that two
Western explorers – in two different time periods – witnessed during their
travels in the Amazon.

Discussing the intricacies of this magnificent cinematic
achievement with Guerra and one of the stars of the film, Brionne Davis , one
becomes immediately aware of the magnitude of such undertaking. From Guerra’s
painstaking path to strive for authenticity by casting indigenous actors to
English-speaking taking on the challenge of learning the right pronunciation of
region’s native languages to honor them on screen, “ Embrace of the Serpent ” is a work that defies the limits between history and legend with a dreamlike quality very few filmmakers would dare to attempt.

CA: “Embrace of the Serpent” is a stunning look at colonialism and the clash between Western worldviews and the traditional philosophies used by indigenous people to understand their environment. When thinking about the film and its themes, two opposing words come to mind: savagery and knowledge. These concepts become interchangeable in the context this story about explorer’s realizing that there is wisdom beyond what they know. What’s your perception of these ideas in relation to the film?

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Fresh: Though some of the concepts may be New Age boilerplate, the film's images linger; especially that of the river, the snake devouring us all. – Peter Keough, Boston Globe, Mar 10, 2016

Fresh: This stunning historical drama, shot mainly in black and white across the Amazon region of Colombia, focuses on a shaman who's approached at different points by white men seeking medicinal substances. – J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader, Mar 10, 2016

Fresh: It is gripping, challenging, engrossing stuff, beginning to end. Seriously, what a film. – Tom Long, Detroit News, Apr 22, 2016

Their land was plundered for rubber while they were enslaved or killed. As Embrace of the Serpent tells the shocking story of the tribespeople of Colombia, its star relives a moving screening in the heart of the jungle

I t was nominated for an Oscar and won an award at Cannes. But for Antonio Bolívar Salvador, Embrace of the Serpent ’s most important moment took place far from the shining beaches of LA and the Riviera – in the jungles of Vaupés in Colombia.

A screening of the film, which tells the story of an Amazonian shaman in the 1900s, was held in a maloka – or traditional longhouse. Tribespeople young and old hiked through the jungle for days to reach the makeshift cinema. Too many to be seated, they packed in together and watched standing up. When the film, which was shot in the area, was over, they called for it to be shown again.

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VENOMOUS SNAKES IN THE AMAZON. Ever since the first outsider set foot in the Amazon, ... Amazonian Toadheaded Pitviper (Bothrocophias hyoprora).

Embrace of the Serpent review: ... an Amazonian shaman, ... Embrace of the Serpent creates something magical and mystical out of this idea.

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Fresh: Though some of the concepts may be New Age boilerplate, the film's images linger; especially that of the river, the snake devouring us all. – Peter Keough, Boston Globe, Mar 10, 2016

Fresh: This stunning historical drama, shot mainly in black and white across the Amazon region of Colombia, focuses on a shaman who's approached at different points by white men seeking medicinal substances. – J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader, Mar 10, 2016

Fresh: It is gripping, challenging, engrossing stuff, beginning to end. Seriously, what a film. – Tom Long, Detroit News, Apr 22, 2016

Their land was plundered for rubber while they were enslaved or killed. As Embrace of the Serpent tells the shocking story of the tribespeople of Colombia, its star relives a moving screening in the heart of the jungle

I t was nominated for an Oscar and won an award at Cannes. But for Antonio Bolívar Salvador, Embrace of the Serpent ’s most important moment took place far from the shining beaches of LA and the Riviera – in the jungles of Vaupés in Colombia.

A screening of the film, which tells the story of an Amazonian shaman in the 1900s, was held in a maloka – or traditional longhouse. Tribespeople young and old hiked through the jungle for days to reach the makeshift cinema. Too many to be seated, they packed in together and watched standing up. When the film, which was shot in the area, was over, they called for it to be shown again.

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Fresh: Though some of the concepts may be New Age boilerplate, the film's images linger; especially that of the river, the snake devouring us all. – Peter Keough, Boston Globe, Mar 10, 2016

Fresh: This stunning historical drama, shot mainly in black and white across the Amazon region of Colombia, focuses on a shaman who's approached at different points by white men seeking medicinal substances. – J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader, Mar 10, 2016

Fresh: It is gripping, challenging, engrossing stuff, beginning to end. Seriously, what a film. – Tom Long, Detroit News, Apr 22, 2016


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