After jumping from a bridge, William steals a motorbike to take his girlfriend for a ride.
This might be the beginning of a very long story, where spirits and humans meet each other to learn what there is to life after the end of war.
Yover is barely twelve, but he must work. Every day he rides the streets of the new Bojayá, a village that survived one of the bloodiest massacres of the war in Colombia. He steals minutes of fantasy and play, which belong to the world of children.
Colombia is a land of ghosts. Two siblings roam these mystical landscapes in search of their dead father’s spirit. Their journey takes them from Bogota to the Colombian jungle, through realms of thought and deep into their haunted dreams. Here they will find some answers and attract unexpected company.
1982 is not a year, it is a number, the number of massacres in Colombia. Using a 1919 Hollywood film, 1982 presents facts and voices of the victims. A portrait of distant yet persistent people, an observation of gestures that survive despite the blind light cast upon them by time and indolence.