Blossoms of Fire is a dazzling, whirling dance of a film that celebrates the extraordinary lives of the Isthmus Zapotecs of southern Oaxaca, Mexico, whose strong work ethic and fierce independent streak rooted in their culture, have resulted not only in powerful women but also in the region's progressive politics and their unusual tolerance of alternative gender roles.
25 April 2000 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $2,390,
5 February 2006, Limited Release
Gross USA: $2,390, 5 February 2006
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Won Award for Excellence from the Society for Visual Anthropology, American Anthropological Association See more