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The Echo of Liberation: A Film About Child Sex Trafficking in Colombia

“Sound of Freedom,” the sleeper hit film about an ex-Homeland Security agent fighting child sex trafficking, will soon be shown in theaters in Colombia and other countries in Central and South America. The film has already grossed over $127 million at the box office since its domestic release four weeks ago, according to distributor Angel Studios.

The film is set to open in Colombia on August 31, along with several other countries including Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, Panama, and Peru. The distributor hopes to capitalize on the film’s momentum in the United States and share its powerful message worldwide.

In addition to the countries mentioned, “Sound of Freedom” will also have screenings in South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand during August. The United Kingdom and Ireland will have access to the film on September 1. Spain is scheduled to release the film on October 1, with more countries being added to the list on a weekly basis.

This film has made history by achieving a second-week jump of over 35% during the summer blockbuster season, making it the highest-grossing independent film since the pandemic, according to Angel Studios.

“Sound of Freedom” stars Jim Caviezel, known for his role in “Passion of the Christ,” as Tim Ballard, a former Homeland Security agent who leaves his job to search for a trafficked child in the Colombian jungle.

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