Bad Lucky Goat: BFI London Film Festival 2017

Bad Lucky Goat is a Colombian coming-of-age comedy set on a Caribbean island where two squabbling siblings must cover their tracks after accidentally killing a bearded goat with their father’s truck.

Bad Lucky Goat is a 1st-time directorial debut of Samir Oliveros and all the actors from the film are non-actors local to the Caribbean island.

It was refreshing to watch a Colombian film that has nothing to do with drug cartel or slums.

Bad Lucky Goat is very energetic, lighthearted and carries some authentic performances.
It’s also a visual treat as the film has some stunning island backdrops.

Credits:
Dir-Scr Samir Oliveros.
Prod Andres Gomez
With Honlenny Huffington, Kiara Howard, Elkin Robinson
Colombia
2017
76min
Sales LUXBOX

Screening:
Sunday 08 October 2017 13:00
Prince Charles Cinema

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