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Cerro Quemado
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Juan Pablo Ruiz

IMAGE

Gustavo Schiaffino

SON

Jonathan Darch, Omar Mustafá

MONTAGE

Juan Pablo Ruiz, Alejandro Nantón

MUSIQUE ORIGINALE

Micaela Chauque

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Insomniafilms, Rita Cine

ORGANISME(S) DÉTENTEUR(S) ou DÉPOSITAIRE(S)

Insomniafilms

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Cerro Quemado
is about the trip Micaela Chauque (39), and her mother Cornelia Yurquina (55) make looking for Micaela’s grandmother, Felipa Zerpa (82); the last settler of the desolated region on the high mountains in the North of the Salta province, in Argentina. The pilgrimage of these two women over long and hard days, through hills and valleys, leads into a moving and sensitive encounter with the senior woman whose obstinate roots turned her into a hermit and aloof woman very profoundly in touch with her world vision and with nature (the mother Earth, Pachamama). Also, Cerro Quemado is the portrait of three women pertaining to different generations of the same coya lineage; an inquiry into their culture, rituals, and traditions; a picture of three women that have been separated by their destinies, reunited in the ancestral land where they were born.

Cerro Quemado is about the trip Micaela Chauque (39), and her mother Cornelia Yurquina (55) make looking for Micaela’s grandmother, Felipa Zerpa (82); the last settler of the desolated region on the high mountains in the North of the Salta province, in Argentina. The pilgrimage of these two women over long and hard days, through hills and valleys, leads into a moving and sensitive encounter with the senior woman whose obstinate roots turned her into a hermit and aloof woman very profoundly in touch with her world vision and with nature (the mother Earth, Pachamama). Also, Cerro Quemado is the portrait of three women pertaining to different generations of the same coya lineage; an inquiry into their culture, rituals, and traditions; a picture of three women that have been separated by their destinies, reunited in the ancestral land where they were born.

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