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Lina Sanchez Calderon,
Loren Paz Jara,
Maria Camila Mejia
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The Spanish word 'mono' has several usages in the Spanish language. It's used to refer to a monkey, to a human figure drawn on a paper, to a male toy figurine and to a male with fair skin and light hair. It's also used to describe something cute. Thus, 'Monos' could mean "cute kids" within the context of this film, since the stars are all kids. See more »
See, most reviews here don't even care to analyze the conflict Colombia has lived for over 60 years where this youth recruiting has happened continuously. It's cinematography is perfect, music stunning and it tells the truth without showing a side: no guerrilla or paramilitares boots. This is a conflict that has killed thousands of lives. Study your history before watching it and you'll get why this film is so important for Colombians -and for the world.
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