Alberta, Julia and Catalina are three Chatina women who were forced to leave their hometowns to work on the coast of Oaxaca. After a path full of turmoil, upon arrival, they are faced with discrimination.
Dinazar Urbina Mata studied Social Communication at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco. She collaborated in filmmaking projects such as Tawä’äktäjk: para el andar, La vida en tinta and La crème de la crème. She was a FONCA grantee in the Screenplay category.
*This film is an Ambulante Beyond production.
Reseña Revista Encuadres