Who Shot My Brother?

Who Shot My Brother?

| 1 h 35 min
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Some phone calls can turn your life upside down. That's what happened to filmmaker German Gutiérrez when he got a call from Colombia informing him there had just been an assassination attempt on his older brother Oscar, a political activist hated by the establishment but adored by the disenfranchised. In this film, German Gutiérrez, who has been living in Montreal for the past thirty years, recounts his quest to find the hired gunmen who tried to kill Oscar, and also to expose the roots of the violence that has taken hold of his native country.

This beautifully filmed political documentary takes a courageous look at what Colombia has become: a lawless, neo-liberal Far West run by a corrupt middle class; an Eldorado where oil is more precious than gold and where Americans are the puppet-masters pulling the strings while drug traffickers, guerrillas, and paramilitaries engage in all-out combat with each other as the war on drugs rages on.

Bonus: exclusive interview with director German Guttierrez

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  • research
    German Gutierrez
  • direction
    German Gutierrez
  • script
    Carmen Garcia
    German Gutierrez
  • photography
    German Gutierrez
    Ricardo Restrepo
    Juan Cantero
  • sound recording
    Cesar Salazar
    John Monte
    Paul Gauthier
  • picture editing
    Jean-Marie Drot
  • original music
    Jimmy Tanaka
  • supervision - sound editing
    Paul Gauthier
  • foley
    Stéphane Cadotte
  • narration
    Luis de Cespedes
  • re-recording
    Luc Léger
  • producer
    Yves Bisaillon
    Carmen Garcia