Camino (2015)

Camino (2015)

Camino (2015)

Action-thriller starring Tarantino's actor/stuntwoman of choice, Zoë Bell, as a photojournalist working in the jungles of Colombia in who captures the truth behind a group of missionaries who may not be what they seem.

Set in 1985, war photographer Avery has built a solid career with her stark and honest imagery, all the while remaining emotionally distant from her subjects. When she embeds in the jungles of Colombia with a squad of missionaries led by the beloved, charismatic Guillermo (Timecrimes director Nacho Vigalondo) she finds herself in the middle of a conflict as violent as any she's photographed.

One night, she happens upon Guillermo committing a heinous atrocity, capturing the vile act on film, an image with the potential to discredit and destroy him. Knowing this brilliant psychopath will employ every tactic at his disposal to destroy that photo, Avery flees into the harsh jungle with nothing but the camera hanging around her neck to escape.

2015103 minsUSA
ActionAdventureThriller
90%
want to see

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Variety

Variety

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A competent but unmemorable B-movie that eschews any real political content in favor of simple, brutal survival melodrama with scant room for surprises in plot, character or directorial style.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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Bell's anticipated hand-to-hand encounters are ultimately beaten into submission by an irritating atonal score that constantly drowns any trace of nuance under an onslaught of shrill electronic sludge.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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A lackluster cat-and-mouse game.

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Variety

Variety

press

A competent but unmemorable B-movie that eschews any real political content in favor of simple, brutal survival melodrama with scant room for surprises in plot, character or directorial style.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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Bell's anticipated hand-to-hand encounters are ultimately beaten into submission by an irritating atonal score that constantly drowns any trace of nuance under an onslaught of shrill electronic sludge.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A lackluster cat-and-mouse game.

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