Today: April 15, 2024


Told from the perspective of Nick (Josh Hutcherson), an innocent surfer from Canada, ESCOBAR: PARADISE LOST unfolds during the final years of Pablo Escobar’s reign. Nick and his brother Dylan (Brady Corbet) set up a modest surfing retreat near Medellin, where Nick meets the girl of his dreams, Maria (Claudia Traisac), who is busy campaigning for her politician uncle, Pablo Escobar (Benicio del Toro).

As Nick’s relationship with Maria intensifies, he finds himself pulled into the corrupt world of Uncle Pablo’s ‘family business’ and on a journey to discovering his own inherent violence.

The directorial debut of Andrea Di Stefano, will take audiences on a chilling journey to the heart of one of the most violent crime syndicates the world has ever known, as ESCOBAR: PARADISE LOST is released on Blu-ray and DVD from 21st September 2015.

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