The series addresses the issue of the threat against biodiversity that surrounds the traditional communities that live in that region of the Amazon
Official trailer capture of "Frontera Verde", Netflix miniseries. Taken from: Youtube / Netflix Latin America
Reuters | Lucila Sigal
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Netflix Inc released 'Green Frontier', a Colombian miniseries that tells the story of a detective from Bogotá who goes to the Amazon rainforest to investigate four femicides and enters a labyrinth full of magic, conspiracies, and secrets, the streaming platform said.
Performed by Juana del Río, Ángela Cano and Miguel Dionisio Ramos, the miniseries takes place on the border between Brazil and Colombia and features a young detective and a fellow indigenous police officer, who investigates a series of strange deaths.
In parallel, the series tells the story of Yua and Ushe, two natives whom everyone calls "The Eternal" and their fight against a foreigner, Joseph, who believes that the indigenous population hides a secret.
In addition to the police plot, the series addresses the issue of the threat against biodiversity that surrounds the traditional communities that live in that region of the Amazon.
The 40-minute eight-episode miniseries is co-directed by Laura Mora ("Escobar, the patron of evil"), Jacques Toulemonde Vidal ("Anna") and Ciro Guerra, whose film "The Hug of the Snake" was the first Colombian Oscar-nominated production for a best foreign film.