A Dot and a Line (2004)

R   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama

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"Punto y raya" is the story of a young Colombian recruit who, while patrolling his country's border, is befriended by a Venezuelan adversary, and the tragic consequences of their relationship.




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  • Elia K. Schneider at an event for A Dot and a Line (2004)
  • Joseph Novoa in A Dot and a Line (2004)
  • Roque Valero in A Dot and a Line (2004)
  • Elia K. Schneider, Edgar Ramírez, and Roque Valero at an event for A Dot and a Line (2004)

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15 April 2005 | suertudo
| The best Venezuelan Movie in years
transitively latinamerican and borderline dramatic, punto y raya hit us as a fairly well told story about friendship altering people's life. of course there's a movie about this little hypothetical war between countries, and the intimate war between two guys for a long-time-no-seen-virgin-girlfriend, but mostly it's about two enemies trying to stay alive through extreme circumstances: the war itself, the jungle, crazy women living in colombian guerrilla camps, and a pair of boots they shall share. the best thing about this film is elia's work with actors direction, pushing them through the adventure and making them seem not only believable but amazingly genuine. a great direction and production work from one of venezuela's most prolific film dupla (novoa-schneider), actually our favorite (our respects to garimpeiro and huelepega)for its perfect inclusion of humor inside a drama environment.

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Release Date:

15 December 2004


Spanish Sign Language, Spanish

Country of Origin

Venezuela, Chile, Spain, Uruguay

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