New York is the dream city of Tavo and Marina, where the lovers hope to start a better life; at home in Bogota they have to work as pocket pickers at the airport to support their families. Dealer Oskar can persuade them to smuggle drugs in their stomachs on plane to New York – although both know of the risks, since Marina’s sister died on a similar journey. However on arrival at the airport in New York they show nerves and all their dreams start to shatter.
Tropical Snow is a 1988 American drama film about cocaine smuggling. The film is directed by Ciro Durán and starring Jsu Garcia, Madeleine Stowe, David Carradine, Alfonso Ortiz, Roger Melo, Alberto Arroyabe, Evelyn Osorio, Luisa Fernanda Giraldo and Sonia Ceballos.
Tropical Snow (1989)
Directed by: Ciro Durán
Starring: Jsu Garcia, Madeleine Stowe, David Carradine, Alfonso Ortiz, Roger Melo, Alberto Arroyabe, Evelyn Osorio, Luisa Fernanda Giraldo, Sonia Ceballos
Screenplay by: Ciro Durán
Cinematography by: Eduardo Serra
Film Editing by: Duncan Burns
Art Direction by: Óscar Alzate
Music by: Alan DerMarderosian
Distributed by: Paramount Pictures
Release Date: April 9, 1989