Jacinto and Domitila are two happily married indigenous Bolivians and the most notorious criminals in the country. When they are paid to transport 50 grams of cocaine to the Brazilian border, they embark on riotous adv...展开enture that will take them through the jungles, mountains, deserts, and cities of Bolivia on a riotous adventure that will test their relationship and make them question their future as criminals. With two of the country's top anti-narcotics officers on their trail, what should have been a simple arrest soon becomes a hilarious game of cat-and-mouse, exposing all the irony and corruption that comes with Bolivian life. This is Bolivia's first feature length film shot in HD.
A driving force behind Bolivia's small film industry, Bellott Produced, Wrote and Directed his breakout film, Sexual Dependency, as well as his next hit, Who Killed the White Llama?. Bellott co-Directs Bolivia's first film school, La Fabrica. Students of the school were allowed to work on White Llama? as part of their thesis. He also co-produced The Most Beautiful of My Very Best Years, the debut feature of Fabrica alumnus Martin Boulocq. Bellott has just completed Perfidia, his first English-language feature. In addition, he moonlights as a Casting Director, having worked on Steven Soderbergh's twin Che Guevara pics The Argentine and Guerrilla, and the French film The Hunt. He is developing the screen adaptation of Luisa Fernanda Siles' novel The Salt Soothsayer, and his original screenplay Soccer Sundays.