In Cochabamba, Bolivia, the surroundings of an urban landfill were declared uninhabitable due to their levels of contamination. This is the story of a resilient community that still inhabits the area.
OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: FICIP/ FIDBA/ Festival de Cine de Cochabamba
In No Man's Land. The life that resists in the landfill
An environmental hazard zone was declared one Km. around K’ara K’ara, and it was deemed uninhabitable because of high contamination levels. Currently, 90.000 people inhabit it.
This film tells the story of this urban settlement that grows around Cochabamba city’s makeshift landfill, in Bolivia, where its inhabitants fight pollution and the corruption of their authorities.