Documentary about Villa el Salvador, a pueblo joven (shantytown) in the vast, empty sand flats to the south of Lima in 1970 because of the urgent housing needs of immigrant families who had left the sierra of Peru. Villa El Salvador evolved into a huge urban zone, largely self-organizing, for which it won some fame. Largely through the efforts of its inhabitants, the neighborhood was supplied with electricity, water, and sewage.
VES - Villa el Salvador
Dirección Carola Rodríguez
Producción Bernat Manzano, Boogaloo Films
Formato: 16mm, HDV