Saturday, June 18, 2016
Screening followed by discussion with filmmaker Tatiana Huezo
Tempestad is an emotional, contemplative journey told through the voice-over of two women victimized by their country’s corruption and injustice. The film is a meditation on the notion of “impunidad,” the impunity or unaccountability of those in power, whether part of the Mexican government or the country’s drug cartels. Tatiana Huerzo’s poetic piece is steeped not only in loss and pain, but also in love, dignity and resistance.
- Country Mexico
- Language Spanish with English subtitles
- Year 2016
- Running Time 105 minutes
- Director Tatiana Huezo
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