Loving Pablo

Synopsis: A journalist strikes up a romantic relationship with notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Production: Millennium Films
  1 win & 5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
123 min


The film is based on true events.

Certain characters, names and

events have been dramatized.

I have been forced to leave a house in the

middle of the night because of a man earlier.

But this is the first time I have

been forced to leave a country.

7221, you're ready to fly in.

Okay, good people, now

we enter US airspace.

You are safe now.


I have traveled this trip earlier.

Dozens of white roses were always

waiting for me in every hotel room.

But the men posted at the

door did not wear uniform.

They called Armani.

So, Virginia...

In the next few days, you will meet

representatives from the Justice Department

and they will inform you about the

procedure you are going to follow.

Can anyone give me an aspirin, thank you?

My head will explode.

Ms., for your own safety, do not

leave the room or contact anyone.

Two of my men stand guard outside.

Do you understand?

Can you ask them to get aspirin please?

Virginia, American hotels do

not give out aspirin anymore.

It is considered a drug in this country.

Pablo had also laughed.

Then he would kill them.


Come on, guys!

Damn horse

Jsses, poor little animals.

We have to kill it, the boss.

Do it, Pelao.


Have you seen the guest list?

"It's full of beautiful women.

"Colombia is full of beautiful women.

- It's a party.

- Actresses, models...

and soccer players,

trade representatives.

- You are much more beautiful.

- Other trade unionists?

See who's coming.

I do not like it, Pablo. Stores should

be kept separate from the family.

- We have already talked about it.

- I know, I know.

Everything is messy with all the

preparations. I will take care of it.

- I have the torpedo you asked for.

- I'll talk to him.

Take him from here.

I do not want to see him here.

Juan Pablo.

If you find the coin,

you'll keep it.

We are here to raise the mood.

One two Three. Do you hear me?

- The boss.

- I have a job for you in Leticia.

There's an old file that connects

me to the murder of two DAS agents.

You must make sure everything is lost.

Clean up everything.

You have contacts there, right?

Of course, the boss.

My cousin's wife is working on court.

- She can let me in.

- Dad?

I do not care if you

have to kill someone.

You can burn down the building if you want.

But get rid of the file, understood?

You get 30,000 for your expenses:

Travel, ammunition, everything.

Ask Salvador for more

money if needed.

- Take care of it. Get started now.

- Yes Boss.

- Did you find the coin?

- It's only five pesos.

Just five pesos? Do you know how

hard daddy works to make money?

"Just five pesos."

Is it the farm down there?

We have already flown over

it for a while, my dear.

Connect with the manager.

- We are being kidnapped.

- It's okay, Virgie. Calm down.

It is not OK.

Do we know how much we are worth?

We had all heard of our host,

but no one had met him.

His name was at the top of

the list of New Africa.

A group of young men who earned great

fortunes in a short period of time.


Do not worry about the weapons.

They protect us from the animals.

We have a small zoo here.

Do you want to see it?

You almost scared our lives.

Please warm our host not to

welcome his guests in such a way.

As soon as I see him.

There they are.

Hello, they are so beautiful.

They are very happy here.

They like Colombia.

Because they do not read the newspaper.

The house is huge.

But I do not see the servants anywhere.

There they are.

The new upper class has

its own social structure.

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Fernando León de Aranoa

Fernando León de Aranoa (born 26 May 1968) is a Spanish screenwriter and film director. He achieved acclaim with his film Mondays in the Sun. more…

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