The Blue Apple Tree Trailer

The Blue Apple Tree Trailer (2012)

"Wherever there's a blue apple tree, anything can happen" 12 March 2012 Drama, Family 98 mins

The Blue Apple Tree, is a Venezuelan film starring Diego, a city boy about 11 years, marked by serious emotional deprivation, which is forced to spend a holiday with his grandfather Francis (Miguel Angel Landa), who barely knows him, on a small farm in the mountains of the Venezuelan Andes.

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Crew

Javier Blanco

Original Music Composer

Cezary Jaworski

Cezary Jaworski Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

Venezuela 12 March 2012

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