Dos Estaciones

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Showings

The Main 5 Thu, May 12 9:35 PM
The Main 5 Tue, May 17 4:20 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00 (+$2 online fee)
Members:$10.00 (no online fee)
Student:$8.00 (box office only)
Film Info
Programs:Cine Latino
LGBTQ+ Currents
Tags:Drama
Latino/Hispanic/Iberian
LGBTQ+ Currents
Culture & Society
Agriculture
Release Year:2022
Runtime:99 min
Country/Region:Mexico
USA
France
Festivals & Awards:Sundance Film Festival 2022 - World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award: Acting
Language:Spanish
Print Source:Sin Sitio Cine
Trailer:https://vimeo.com/673157391
Cast/Crew
Director:Juan Pablo González
Producer:Makena Buchanan
Ilana Coleman
Jamie Gonçalves
Bruna Haddad
Cinematographer:Gerardo Guerra
Screenwriter:Juan Pablo González
Ana Isabel Fernández
Ilana Coleman
Editor:Juan Pablo González
Lívia Serpa
Composer:Carmina Escobar
Principal Cast:Teresa Sánchez
Rafaela Fuentes
Manuel García-Rulfo
José Galinso

Description

Señora María runs the family-owned Dos Estaciones tequila distillery in the Jalisco highlands, carrying on a tradition that dates back generations. Strong-willed, she is both admired and secretly pitied, for the business is failing on all fronts, and with it, Maria García begins to subtly transform in tender and surprising ways.

When María meets Rafaela, a professional who is adept at all aspects of tequila production, the young woman could be the answer to her prayers. But this is merely a reprieve, as environmental conditions and pressure from multinational corporations is hitting Dos Estaciones with more blows than it can withstand. Juan Pablo González’s feature film debut is a stunning look at a woman coming undone by forces beyond her control, and features an incredible performance by Teresa Sánchez as María. “The mannered, deliberate pace of González's filmmaking matches Maria's dignified reverence for her craft.” –Marya E. Gates, RogerEbert.com


Director Biography

Juan Pablo González was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film.” He is the director of the documentary short “¿Por qué el recuerdo?” (2014), the short films “The Wait (2016) and “Las nubes” (2017) and the feature documentary Caballerango (2018). Dos estaciones (2022) is his debut feature.


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