Photo courtesy of Austin Film Society

In the Guatemalan highlands, a coffee plantation lies on the slopes of a smoking volcano. Here, a Mayan couple preparing their teenage daughter for marriage are met with a betrayal that will change their lives. This thrilling and gorgeously shot tale of a poor farming family, isolated from the rest of their country by geography, language and tradition, is a cinematic ode to indigenous culture and the many untold stories of women around the world.

In the Guatemalan highlands, a coffee plantation lies on the slopes of a smoking volcano. Here, a Mayan couple preparing their teenage daughter for marriage are met with a betrayal that will change their lives. This thrilling and gorgeously shot tale of a poor farming family, isolated from the rest of their country by geography, language and tradition, is a cinematic ode to indigenous culture and the many untold stories of women around the world.

In the Guatemalan highlands, a coffee plantation lies on the slopes of a smoking volcano. Here, a Mayan couple preparing their teenage daughter for marriage are met with a betrayal that will change their lives. This thrilling and gorgeously shot tale of a poor farming family, isolated from the rest of their country by geography, language and tradition, is a cinematic ode to indigenous culture and the many untold stories of women around the world.

WHEN

WHERE

AFS Cinema
6406 N. I-35 Frontage Rd.
Suite 3100
Austin, TX 78752
https://austinfilm.org/arthouse/film-ixcanul

TICKET INFO

$10
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