Chapter: mother jungle, Colombia terrorist route to the Middle East and from worker to director

Chapter: mother jungle, Colombia terrorist route to the Middle East and from worker to director
Chapter: mother jungle, Colombia terrorist route to the Middle East and from worker to director

This week in Los Informantes we present the life story of María Oliva Pérez and her three youngest children, who were lost in the Amazon jungle and lasted 37 days feeding, without resting and walking aimlessly to get out of there. Next, the investigation into Hezbollah cells that are camouflaged in our country. Finally, the story of Víctor Alfonso González, 39, a construction worker who left his tool for a cameranow he is quite an artist.

Three years before the story of the Mucutuy children lost in the Amazon went around the world, María Oliva Pérez and her three minor children were lost in the same jungle on December 19, 2019 for 37 days. When they were found, María and her children had leishmaniasis, worms in all parts of their bodies and severe malnutrition.

Colombia has gone through thousands of crimes and violence that has left the country marked by its strong war, paramilitary groups, drug trafficking and international smuggling. And as if that were not enough, Islamic terrorism is approaching, as the presence of Hezbollah cells is being investigated in the Caribbean, Bogotá and Cundinamarca.

In the world, cinema continues to be a Hollywood dream, although in Colombia, the big production companies are carried out in Bogotá or Medellín, but few know that in Villapaz, an unknown township of Jamundí in Valle del Cauca, they are also making film productions. Víctor Alfonso González Urrutia is a construction worker who sometimes leaves his tool aside to take his camera and do one of the things he is most passionate about: making films and documentaries.

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