- Tue 15 Oct 2019
- Len Lye Centre Cinema
- Presented by the Embassy of Brazil New Zealand
- Rated: M
- Free entry
- Tickets can be booked online or issued at the Gallery on the day of each screening on a first come, first served basis
- No reservations by phone
- Please take your seat 10 mins before film starts as empty seats will be re-allocated
- Wheelchair spaces available. Companion seat is automatically allocated when a wheelchair space is booked
A beggar and a butcher fight for the Princess and the Queen of Spain's love. These characters, without their awareness, will access a place denied for them because of their ethnic and social status.
A black Quixote and an Andean Sancho, marginalized and dreamy Latin Americans, kidnap the queen and the princess of Spain, whose identities they do not know, and fight to win their love. Without intending, they accede to a space hitherto denied due to their ethnic and social condition,
generating a conflict that shakes the historical relations between the Spanish Crown and the invaded people.
EC, 2016, 80 min., Dir. Sandino Burbano
In Spanish with English subtitles