IMPORTANT NOTE: This video is only for those who want to see the whole movie to its conclusion. THIS VIDEO CONTAINS ONLY ONE WORD OF SPANISH. The difficulty rating refers to the movie as a whole, not just this part, which is not difficult at all because it has ONLY ONE WORD.
Valente Rojas and the assassin engage in a violent showdown on horseback in the conclusion of this thrilling movie!
We have the debut music video from La Vida Bohème—an Indy, punkish Venezuelan band with a bit of French in its name. Playing on roof tops in Caracas, the band delivers a subversive song in just a few words. And then they are kidnapped. “Viva la résistance,” says the writing on the wall (also dropping in a bit of French). This is one band worth following.
Puerto Rican Draco Rosa, or Draco for short, sings about a promised paradise somewhere near the end of the world. You have to get there, his song explains. On the guitar, Draco is backed up by a bevy of stringed instruments that create a haunting effect. Part of the video is shot on Draco’s ranch in Puerto Rico, which makes you wonder… Does the promised land look like a tropical island?
Join Eduardo and Luicana on their boat again as they tell you about the zona paqueta they are rowing by in the Río de la Plata. This posh area is where some of the children they teach live. Is it the right side of the tracks, or the right bank of the river?
Silvia, who lives in San Sebastián, was good enough to share her daily routine with us. She leads a very active lifestyle that includes a meal with her parents, work at a Spanish language academy for foreigners (El Aula Azul), a drink with friends, and even some quality time with her cats!