The Eternal Feminine

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Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 3 Sat, Apr 14, 2018 12:15 PM
St. Anthony Main Theatre 3 Thu, Apr 26, 2018 4:40 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$14.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Original Title:Los Adioses
Programs:Cine Latino
Women & Film
Tags:Arts
Biography
Drama
Latino/Hispanic/Iberian
Literature
Romance
True Story
Women Directors
Voice Category:Art in PIctures
Release Year:2017
Runtime:85 min
Festivals & Awards:Audience Award for Mexican Fiction Feature Film
Special Mention for an Actress in a Mexican Feature Film - Morelia International Film Festival
Country/Region:Mexico
Language:Spanish
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Luxbox
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nvC6SSHQO0
Cast/Crew
Director:Natalia Beristain
Producer:Rafael Ley
María José Córdova
Gerardo Morán
Cinematographer:Dariela Ludlow
Screenwriter:María Renée Prudencio
Javier Peñalosa
Editor:Miguel Schverdfinger
Composer:Esteban Aldrete
Principal Cast:Karina Gidi
Daniel Giménez Cacho
Tessa Ia
Pedro de Tavira Egurrola
Filmography:She Doesn't Want to Sleep Alone ('08)
Tales of Mexico ('16)

Description

A marvelous portrait of a leading voice in literature, women’s rights and academia, Natalia Beristain’s The Eternal Feminine follows the life of Rosario Castellano, including her rise to prominence and marriage to fellow academic Ricardo Guerra.

In 1950s Mexico City, a young Rosario is beginning the road to her eventual destiny as one of Mexico’s leading writers. In college, she meets and falls in love with Guerra, each attracted to the other’s intellect. Their stormy relationship crosses decades, equally propelled and repelled by their strong personalities, driven by intellect, arrogance, creativity and passion. But their differences in opinion on the extent of women’s rights, especially in their private life, threatens to pull them apart permanently. Caught between traditional gender roles and the promise to grow beyond them, Castellano’s journey as both writer and woman is ultimately one of triumph, but as the women’s rights debate continues half a century later, that triumph is still being won.

Director Biography

Natalia Beristain Natalia Beristáin was born in Mexico City in 1981. Along with directing, she has worked as a writer, editor and casting director. She has been nominated for two Arial Awards, including Best First Work and Best Original Screenplay. She is the founder of the production company Chamaca Films.

 


Press

"[B]eautiful and heartbreaking portrait of a woman, of an incredibly destiny." - Variety

 


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