This documentary tells the tale of Buenos Aires lesbians, focusing on three personal stories. A former militant woman who now devotes her time to feminine soccer; a young woman who is ...
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This documentary tells the tale of Buenos Aires lesbians, focusing on three personal stories. A former militant woman who now devotes her time to feminine soccer; a young woman who is active so no girl has to go through what she went through and a lesbian mother who recounts how hostile the laws are regarding the rights of lesbian women. In spite of the difficulties their characters go through, the stories have a lot of humour, some soccer and a tour of the city. Written by
In Buenos Aires, lesbians disclose their childhood and coming of age problems being part of a discriminated minority. The owner of feminine soccer team for women and a seller of used cars tell the difficulties they face in a male chauvinist society.
My daughter borrowed this documentary in her Spanish class and I decided to watch it. I felt myself in the wrong place, in the wrong time, watching a documentary that might interest GLS and very specific audiences. I honestly do not have any interest in this subject and I only have to say "- Good lucky, Hermanas". My vote is three.
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