Where the Road Runs Out

I just watched the 2016 indie film “Where the Road Runs Out”. This is the first feature film to take place in Equatorial Guinea, and I am ashamed to say that I didn’t realize Spanish was the official language of this West African country. I knew that Spanish was spoken there, but assumed that French was most likely the official language – little did I know this beautiful movie would be all in Spanish and English, and that the government website is in Spanish, English and French.

This is a heartfelt movie about one man’s search for self in his native Equatorial Guinea. I won’t give away too much – I have a rep for spoilers! – so just know that the film is now on Netflix and has won quite a few awards this year. See it and let me know what you think!

More info can be found at wheretheroadrunsout.com.

Photo credits to indiewire.com and wheretheroadrunsout.com.

Published by Alison Trujillo

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