Director: Cecilia Aldarondo
United States, 2020, 94', DCP, color
English and Spanish with Turkish, English subtitles
A prismatic portrait of collective trauma and resistance, as a devastating hurricane hits Puerto Rico as it struggles through a debt crisis. A look at the kinship of these two storms--one environmental, the other economic--juxtaposing competing utopian visions of recovery, from residents and outside “helpers”.
Director Cecilia Aldarondo, UNDP Climate and Disaster Resilience expert Stanislav Kim, and Social Scientist and Urban Researcher Murat Güney will engage in a discussion after the screening.
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