DOPAMINA

(DOPAMINE)

YEAR:

2019

COUNTRIES:

Colombia

DIRECTOR:

Natalia Imery Almario

LENGTH:

88 Min

LANGUAGE:

OmeU (Spanish with English Subtitles)

SYNOPSIS

I told my parents that I was a lesbian, it started a family crisis. After 9 years, we talked about this. They remember their youth as leftist militants. We exchange ideas about family, ethics, homosexuality and being a woman. Natalia's parents were part of leftist political groups during their studies (1970-80). The birth of children led to the decision to continue militating or founding a family. They chose the second. She and her friends ask questions about sexual diversity and gender. Two separate struggles that share disagreements with the hegemonic system. His parents disagree with his sexual decision and do not trust much in the new struggles for diversity.

TRAILER

SCREENINGS

Sunday 22.03.2020        Babylon 2       18:00 h

Monday 23.03.2020       Babylon 3       21:45 h

ABOUT THE DIRECTOR

Natalia Imery Almario

Colombian director and artist Natalia Imery Almario (1990) studied social communication and documentary filmmaking. She makes short films and video art for art galleries. For her short film Alén (2014), which mixes reality and fiction and maps the independent music scene in the Colombian city of Cali, she received an award at the festival in Cartagena.