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Miguel traces his way trying to survive. His reality becomes increasingly labyrinthine until he must eventually face up to his own being. His complex behavior with a repressive society, an invasion of confused ideas make this documentary a piece about the current human complexity in a Mexico dominated by violence.
After 16 years of living in Brooklyn, New York, Felipe—an undocumented Mexican immigrant—struggles with the prospect of returning home to Mexico and reuniting with the wife and children he no longer really knows. Blending documentary with fictional elements, this film is lyrical meditation that unfolds as Felipe wanders the streets of Brooklyn, reflecting on family, home, loneliness, and love, and pondering where his life will go next.
Juno is just a child when his father abandons him in their village of Center Java. Alone now, he joins a Lengger dance centre where men shape their feminine appearance and movement. But the sensuality and sexuality that come from dance and bodies, mixed with the violent social and political Indonesian environment, force Juno to move from village to village. If on his journey Juno gets attention and love from his dance teachers, his weird aunty, his old uncle, a…
This is a story of Lana. Her memories started 20 years ago, when her father abandoned her in the zoo. For 20 years, she was raised by animal trainers who also lived at the zoo. The sound of the Hippo's steps, the flapping of the Elephant's ears, the strange, flute-like sound of the Giraffe; the zoo is the only world she knows. Over time, Lana forgets her father. One day, a handsome boy, comes to the zoo. He is a…