Frida Still Life: Movie screening
Thursday 20th December
M rating. Not suitable for children, Free
Spanish with English subtitles
Bottle Creek Gallery, Pātaka
This film is a chronicle of painter Frida Kahlo, and her encounter with the personalities of her time. Despite being confined to a wheelchair as a result of polio, operations and amputations, she faces and traces some of the most colorful and controversial aspects of Mexican history, during the dominant time of Mexican muralism.—L.H. Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Frida Still Life has been classified as a prime example of New Latin American Cinema of the 1960s and early 70s by film scholars.