The big bosses, influential characters, hated or loved. Famous not only for their crimes, but
for the eccentricities that immortalized them.
Drug traffickers bought and produced art in a very particular way, managing to irreversibly change aesthetic perceptions and trends in their places of origin. The narco also became an aesthetic. In part of the popular culture that manifested itself in language, music, architecture, fashion, etc.
Through the sharp eyes of a journalist and art critic, and a forensic psychiatrist, the psychological profiles and their relationship with the particular Narco-aesthetic, of the most famous gangsters in Colombia will be unraveled.
Alexis Durán Ventura
08 x 45 min.