yes it is, and therefore a strong entry for the LGBTQ section I think. Glad we found another one that is an instant entry with your 2 and my 3
that vote might mean it's an excellent entry for arthouse also a relatively short movie, so if one other person likes it, we have another cool candidate
Las Hijas is basically an arthouse porno, so I am not confident in programming it. But it has a great punky feminist spirit too and should be applauded for that. a gentle rebellion. There is a German DVD with English subs out there.Fergenaprido wrote: ↑September 4th, 2020, 1:39 pmI missed Las hijas del fuego when it was on Mubi - it just didn't seem terribly interesting (and wasn't yet official since the CT 2010s list hadn't been adopted yet) so I decided to skip it.
Nothing else jumps out at me except McQueen; maybe I'll seek it out.
I've seen the director of Zerzura's first film and liked it well enough, maybe I'll give it a shot. I have no idea what "acid western" means, though.
McQueen was already in the spreadsheet, my mistake. I added my score now and it already qualifies, no immediate need to seek it out if you're unsure
Acid Western is the way it was promoted. There are a lot of scenes of walking in the desert accompanied by electric quitar that could be labeled psychedelic / acid. And in the end it get's really trippy and seemingly inspired by Jodorowsky, so that fits the description too. But it is low budget filmmaking and not as wild as the description makes it sound. Also it if filmed in Niger, so not really Western