"Campesinos", The Lives Of Patagonian Cowboys • Discoverology

“Campesinos”, The Lives Of Patagonian Cowboys

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Campesinos explores the lives of Patagonian Cowboys (Gauchos) living in Chile, at the end of the world in isolation. It is a portrait of sacrifice, tradition and endurance in extreme conditions, identifying what it truly means to be alone.

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