Sunday, June 7
(1943, Emilio Fernández) In the floating gardens of Xochimilco in 1909, Dolores del Río’s flower seller is shunned by the locals as the child of a prostitute, loved by peasant Pedro Armendáriz, and coveted by the local big shot. Co-Grand Prize winner and Best Cinematography prize to Figueroa at Cannes. Approx. 105 min. 16mm print courtesy Museum of Modern Art.
“A TOUCHINGLY PURE ROMANTIC TALE FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF MEXICAN CINEMA!”
- Time Out New York