Netflix’s new movie ‘Tragic Jungle’ Video in the Forest in the 1920s
“This happens to men when they go crazy. They run… to the point where they can’t.” Netflix has unveiled the official trailer for a Mexican game called Dangerous Forest, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year. It also starred in San Sebastian, Hamburg, Busan, Warsaw, and the New York Film Festivals last fall. Set in the 1920s in the Mayan forest on the border between Mexico and Belize, the film tells the story of a young Belize woman. He meets a group of chewing gum workers in Mexico. “Filled with new energy, they face their future, unaware that they have resurrected Xtabay, a famous man who lives deep in the jungle.” Netflix’s description offers a different perspective: In order to escape the organized family, the woman flees to the bottom of the Mayan forest, where the unmistakable universe combines human and spiritual. These films Indira Andrewin, Gilberto Barraraza, Mariano Tun Xool, Lázaro Gabino Rodríguez, and Eligio Meléndez. I dig into these notes. It looks like a moving movie.
Here is the official trailer (+ poster) of Yulene Olaizola Dangerous Forest, from Netflix’s YouTube:
1920: on the border between Mexico & Belize. In the heart of the Mayan jungle, an uninhabited area full of myths, a group of Mexican chewing gum passes Agnes, a wonderful Belizean woman. His presence creates tension between the men, arousing their cravings and desires. Filled with new energy, they face their future, unaware that they have resurrected Xtabay, a familiar phenomenon that lies within the jungle. Dangerous Forest, who is also known as Selva Trágica in Spanish, directed by a Mexican filmmaker Yulene Olaizola, film director Creating Paradise, Fire, and Epitafio, also doc Shakespeare & Victor Hugo Links. The paintings are written by Rubén Imaz and Yulene Olaizola. Produced by Pablo Zimbrón Alva, Rubén Imaz, and Yulene Olaizola. The first one was shown at the Venice Film Festival last year. Netflix releases Olaizola Dangerous Forest streaming from June 9th this summer.