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TODAS LAS FLORES (ALL THE FLOWERS)

DIRECTOR

Carmen Oquendo-Villar

SHOWTIME

September 30 @ 8PM

TYPE

Documentary

THEATRE

Emerson Paramount Theatre

RUNNING TIME

77 minutes

LANGUAGES

Spanish with English Subtitles

COUNTRY

Colombia/Puerto Rico

RELEASE DATE

2023

PRECEDED BY BÉSAME (KISS ME)

DIRECTOR

David Barba

TYPE

Narrative

RUNNING TIME

10 minutes

LANGUAGES

Spanish with English Subtitles

COUNTRY

Mexico

RELEASE DATE

2022

Brothels are rarely seen as safe or dignifying. In the red-light district of Bogotá, the capital of Colombia, a country torn by decades of war, there’s a tiny brothel that functions as a

shelter, shielding sex workers in Santafé, a zone that concentrates all the miseries of a bloodstained region. "Todas Las Flores" constructs an intimate portrait of Tabaco y Ron,

this neighborhood and the fierce will of its inhabitants to blossom.

Viewing Advisory: This documentary film contains brief instances of sexual nudity and acts. These scenes are included in a cultural and artistic context, intended to contribute to the authentic portrayal of the SantaFe neighborhood and its daily life. The film is recommended for mature audiences (18 and over). Viewer discretion is advised.

 

Q&A with Director Carmen Oquendo-Villar and Producer Alejandro Angel Torres

Festivals

  • Sheffield DocFest 2023 – World Premiere

BÉSAME (KISS ME)

 

A mischievous teen explores an empty beach house unaware of the video cameras watching his every move.

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