The hamlet of Condor lies in the Puna grasslands of the northern highlands of Argentina, at some four thousand metres above sea level, close to the border with Bolivia. Here, a lama herder lives with his family. He and his son sell lama meat and wool in the closest city, which is still a long trip on foot and by bus. When the herd is threatened by a puma, the herder goes in search of the predator. According to local custom, he has to make an offering to the beast. An honest, respectful portrait of a culture that is inextricably and organically bound to nature. The story is told in breathtaking landscapes and close-ups, often using natural light.
|Original Title||Piedra sola|
|German Title||Piedra sola|
|French Title||Piedra sola|
|Other Titles||Piedra sola|
|Directed by||Alejandro Telémaco Tarraf|
|Screenplay||Lucas Distéfano, Alejandro Telémaco Tarraf|
|Film Editing||Alejandro Telémaco Tarraf|
|Sound||Leonardo Cauteruccio, Martín Scaglia|
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