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Human Rights Watch Film Festival- NO DRESSCODE REQUIRED

May 15, 2017

Human Rights Watch Film Festival- NO DRESSCODE REQUIRED

 

OUTSIDER PICTURES & STRAND RELEASING PRESENT

 

NO DRESSCODE REQUIRED

DIRECTED BY: CRISTINA HERRERA BORQUEZ

WINNER! BEST DOCUMENTARY AWARD- PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.

 

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH FILM FESTIVAL SCREENINGS IN NEW YORK:

June 13, 2017- 6:45PM at IFC CENTER (323 6TH AVENUE)

(Limited Press Tickets)

June 16, 2017- 9:00PM at WALTER READE THEATER (165 WEST 65TH STREET)

(Limited Press Tickets)

 

In this up-to-the-minute documentary, Victor and Fernando run a beauty salon in Baja California, Mexico. For many of their customers they were a lovely gay couple, until they decided to marry. They become the first ones in their state to fight for their rights in a place filled with homophobia and inequality, facing down the city council of Mexicali, which defies the Supreme Court ruling that allows gay marriage. Through their struggle, both in the courts and in the community, they manage to open the eyes of Mexican society, and affirm a love that fills every frame of this moving and eye opening new film.

 

Country of Origin: Mexico / Genre: Documentary

Running Time: 91 minutes / Not Rated / In Spanish (with English subtitles)

 

 

 

WEBSITE: https://www.etiquetanorigurosa.com/home-eng

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