A very moving drama from the other side the border.
I recently caught this art house film in SAFILM and really moved something in me. It tells the story of a really shut down woman that returns to her hometown, Tijuana, a very violent border town. There is something really powerful that unravels through this journey that she comes back to her memory and the reasons why she is a loner. This is a slow pace film but with very powerful moments that make you feel very present in her ordeal. It won best narrative feature by the way and I think it was more than well deserved.
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