Viernes, 30 Octubre
Cinema Colombiano: Dopamina
We abide by the rules as set by the RIVM and we will have only 15 guests per screening. You can drop by at Cavia an hour before each screening to make a reservation at the bar. While at our venue, be mindful to remain at 1.5 meter distance from other people. We trust all to be responsible with their health and hygiene check.
Natalia Imery Almario | 2019 | Colombia, Uruguay, Argentina| 86’ | EN subs
12 years ago, Ricardo, Natalia’s father, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. With this condition, Dopamine is stopped, a neurohormone responsible for the movement on the body and the feeling of happiness. During those years they had a very strong family crisis, and Natalia also told her parents that she liked women. She could not understand why if they were left-wing militants in their youth and fighting for equality and freedom, they couldn’t accept that choice. Today, a decade later, they meet to talk about family ideas, homosexuality, ideological struggles and what the advance of Ricardo’s disease has meant.
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