Ciro Guerra

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“Birds of Passage” is set at the birth of the Colombian drug trade in the late 1960s.

‘Birds of Passage’ focuses on the drug trade, but it’s not your ‘Narcos’ or ‘Godfather’

“Birds of Passage” is set at the birth of the Colombian drug trade in the late 1960s.

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