Special Mention & Prix de la Meilleure création sonore - Cannes FF 2021 - Un Certain Regard, Horizontes Award, RTVE-Another Look Award, Premio Cooperacion Espanola - San Sebastián IFF 2021 - Horizontes Latinos, The Golden Athena Award for Best Film and City OF Athens - Best Director Award - Athens IFF 2021 - International Competition
In a solitary town nestled in the Mexican mountains, the girls wear boyish haircuts and have hiding places underground. Ana and her two best friends take over the houses of those who have fled and dress up as women when no one is watching. In their own impenetrable universe, magic and joy abound; meanwhile, their mothers train them to flee from those who turn them into slaves or ghosts. But one day, one of the girls doesn’t make it to her hideout in time. Liberally adapted from Jennifer Clement’s eponymous 2014 novel.
Tatiana Huezo is a Mexican-El Salvadoran filmmaker who graduated from the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (“CCC”) and has a Masters Degree in Documental de Creación from the Universidad Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Huezo gained an international reputation with her first feature Documentary film El lugar más pequeño (The Tiniest Place), 2011, which was screened at more than 50 festivals and won numerous awards like the Ariel for Best Mexican Documentary (2012), and FIPRESCI Award at Mar del Plata (2011) Her First feature Narrative film Prayers for the Stolen won an Un Certain Regard Award - Special Mention in Cannes Film Festival 2021.
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