Monday, January 11, 2016

Watch: Mexican Sex Workers 'Hide from Society' in Sundance Competition Doc 'Plaza de la Soledad' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

In this first-look clip from Maya Goded's "Plaza de la Soledad," two aging sex workers in Mexico City face the demands of the world's oldest profession—plucking, primping, and squeezing into skin-tight dresses—while finding love in each other, even if it means not being able to hold hands in the street. The film premieres in competition at Sundance later this month. READ MORE: "Sundance Programmers Unveil, Discuss 2016 Competition, NEXT Lineups (EXCLUSIVE)"  After more than 20 years of observation, conversation, and friendship among sex workers in the La Merced, the city's most dangerous neighborhood, Goded’s feature-length debut in rooted in intimacy and trust...

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