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World premiere of “The Two Escobars”. at Tribeca

"The Two Escobars" by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist, Showing at Tribeca Film Festival, April 22, 23, 25, and May 1st, 2010

With 54 Days, 04 Hours, 40 minutes and 00 seconds left until the 2010 FIFA World Cup to be held this summer in Johannesburg, South Africa, many may really enjoy this fantastic film comparing the lives of two humble, yet powerful men born in the same city, Medellin, Columbia, who share the same last name, but have no relation to one another, except the fact that they both simultaneously held a major impact on the economic rise and fall of Columbia, South America. Columbian national soccer player, Andres Escobar (March 13, 1967- July 2, 1994), and Columbian drug lord, Pablo Escobar, (December 1, 1949- December 2, 1993), both helped move millions of dollars into the Columbian economy, one through soccer, the other through cocaine. As soccer has such an enormous impact on the South American and world economy, enormous pressure was placed on the Columbian national soccer players in the 1980’s and 1990’s to win, or be killed. When the players won, they were rewarded with large bonuses by the Columbian leaders with money made from drug trafficking, and when and if they lost, they had to face the consequences.

ESPN Films Presents the world premiere of “The Two Escobars”.

Please try to attend one of the four following times the film will be shown at “The Tribeca Film Festival 2010”.

Thursday, April 22, 9pm, Clearview Chelsea Cinema (260 West 23rd Street)

Friday, April 23, 3pm, Village East Cinema 1 (189 2nd Avenue)

Sunday, April 25, 3:00pm, Village East Cinema 1 (189 2nd Avenue)

Saturday, May 1, 6:30pm Tribeca Cinemas Theater 2 (54 Varick Street)

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