I immediately switched off the Netflix series when I saw that the locals were rendered invisible when they put their hands on the ground in the first episode.
A captivating series that explores the relationship between the Amazonian natives and the forest captivated me. The atmosphere created was truly mesmerizing - "Mother Forest, you are the source of all things, your eternity is infinite."
It's a fantastical series set in the Amazon rainforest. In my opinion, it's a 5/10. After watching the cacchaciccamo whispers, you can hear them echoing in your mind for a while.
This isn't your ordinary crime scene in the Amazon forests - it's thought to be something much more. The series invites viewers to take a journey through time, travelling between the present and the past via a wormhole that preserves the natural balance. The final partition of the wormhole is where the story ends, and we'll have to wait and see if the heroine, who is against interfering with the past, can make it through in the sequel.
I just finished watching the series yesterday. It was a strange mix of mystery and fantasy, starting off a bit confusing but eventually telling its story in a captivating way. I'd give it a 7.2 out of 10 - you won't miss out if you don't watch it. I had nothing else to do, so I finished it in three days - it's a great way to pass the time.
Netflix's inaugural Colombian original production is set in the Amazon rainforest and features a thrilling mix of crime, mystery, and the supernatural. It's ideal for those who are looking for something unique in terms of atmosphere, like me!
A recently released Colombian detective mini-series on Netflix, titled Frontera Verde, looks like it will give us a glimpse into the Amazon rainforest. From the trailer, it looks like we'll get a good look at the lush greenery of the region.