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Cosas que no hacemos
Things We Dare Not Do
© Ojo de Vaca
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Bruno Santamaría Razo

IMAGE

Bruno Santamaría Razo

SON

Zita Erffa, Andrea Rabasa, Javier Umpierrez

MONTAGE

Andrea Rabasa

MUSIQUE ORIGINALE

Tomás Barreiro

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Ojo de Vaca

PARTICIPATION

Foprocine

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

Ojo de Vaca

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"Nestled between two rivers and a forest of mangroves is a small and sheltered island in Mexico. There, children are free to play and grow in what seems like a virtual paradise. Ñoño, 16, does not want to grow up and prefers to spend his days teaching the younger children how to dance. But youth cannot last forever, and Ñoño’s deepest secret must come out. As the island prepares for a community celebration, Ñoño begins to work up the courage to tell his family that he wants to live life as a woman. When the joyful bursting of firecrackers gives way to sudden gunfire, the idyllic peace of the island is shattered and Ñoño must face the reality of the machismo and transphobia that surrounds him. From one of Mexico’s rising filmmakers comes an exquisite story of youthful courage and of the purity of living as one’s true self."
(Heather Haynes - Hot Docs)

"Nestled between two rivers and a forest of mangroves is a small and sheltered island in Mexico. There, children are free to play and grow in what seems like a virtual paradise. Ñoño, 16, does not want to grow up and prefers to spend his days teaching the younger children how to dance. But youth cannot last forever, and Ñoño’s deepest secret must come out. As the island prepares for a community celebration, Ñoño begins to work up the courage to tell his family that he wants to live life as a woman. When the joyful bursting of firecrackers gives way to sudden gunfire, the idyllic peace of the island is shattered and Ñoño must face the reality of the machismo and transphobia that surrounds him. From one of Mexico’s rising filmmakers comes an exquisite story of youthful courage and of the purity of living as one’s true self."
(Heather Haynes - Hot Docs)

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