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Yerma. (Barren) Emilio Ruíz Barrachina (Feature Film, Spain/England, 2017, 1hr.29min.) based on the play, Yerma, by Federico García Lorca. Q&A by actor Susan Brickell.

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Yerma. (Barren) Emilio Ruíz Barrachina (Feature Film, Spain/England, 2017, 1hr.29min.) based on the play, Yerma, by Federico García Lorca. Q&A by actor Susan Brickell.

Time: March 1, 2018 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Loria room 250 (near corner of Chapel)
Street: 190 York St.
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://liffy,yale.edu
Phone: 203 432-3420
Event Type: film, screening, with, q&amp, a
Organized By: Margherita A. Tortora
Latest Activity: Feb 26, 2018

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Thursday, March 1, 7pm (Loria room 250, 190 York St.)

Yerma. (Barren) Emilio Ruíz Barrachina  (Feature Film, Spain, 2017, 1hr.29min.) based on the play, Yerma, by Federico García Lorca.

 Q&A by actor Susan Brickell.

Eva Stone is a woman with strong conservative beliefs. She is married to John, a British politician and a business man of Spanish origin, who is unable to have children. To Eva, a woman's life has no meaning if she is not a mother. A Spanish theater company is in London to perform Yerma, the play by Federico García Lorca. The Director, Victor is a friend of Eva and her husband from bygone times. A new passion is reborn between Eva and Victor and Eva has new opportunities to get pregnant. Eva's true drama is not so much that she can't have children but the impossibility, because of strict social conventions, that she can't have them out of wedlock. The real problem shown in the movie is the lack of freedoms and the imposed self-censorship in a standstill and full of conventions society. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ol6RVzvHoxs

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