Visually stunning drama-documentary that recreates the loves, lives, victories and defeats of the Inca people. Shot over ten weeks in the present day canton of Saraguro, the film employed a small cohesive crew working with both professional actors and local people. A compelling portrait is created of one of the oldest civilisations in the Americas. The art direction is stunning with the full vibrancy of Inca costume recreated and their ceremonial life enacted according to anthropological studies of customs that have endured, through the Spanish Conquest and down to today.

The ravishing landscapes and ancient sites used as locations are augmented with state-of-the-art 3D animation so that one feels immersed in this world that is so remote and yet so immediate and human. Not to be

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