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Alfajores. One Hundred Years of Solitude.

On Saturday, visiting days for the prisoners, she would stop by the house of Gerineldo Márquez’s parents and accompany them to the jail. On one of those Saturdays Úrsula was surprised to see her in the kitchen, waiting for the biscuits to come out of the oven so that she could pick the best ones and cap them in a napkin that she had embroidered for the occasion. 917 more words



Often it’s the small unexpected films at the BFI London Film Festival that impress me most. Macondo is no exception, a coming-of-age tale of a Chechen refugee in Vienna, it’s an impressive feature debut for documentary maker Sudabeh Mortezia with a magnetic lead performance from newcomer Ramasan Minkailov. 265 more words



En una de las comunidades chechenas marginadas de Austria, la directora Sudabeh Mortezai retrató una infancia que nunca termina de asentarse como el periodo de inocencia, diversión y aprendizaje al que prácticamente todo ser humano tiene derecho. 395 more words