Sunday, May 3 @ 5pm -- 263-Macy
The action takes place in a village on the Venezuelan coast, a place of fishermen and big haciendas. Jose Ramon, son of a white aristocrat and a humble black fisher-women, is trying to define his own identity while dealing with social and sexual conflicts, power, culture, the law, and the impossible relationship he has with both his parents.
Directed by Mario Handler, 1989, Venezuela, Drama, Spanish with English subt.
Teachers College, Columbia University - 263 Macy (View)
525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
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