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QUE SEA LEY
Special Screenings

QUE SEA LEY

Directed by : Juan SOLANAS

Year of production : 2019 Country : ARGENTINA, FRANCE, URUGUAY Length : 85 minutes

Synopsis

One woman dies every week in Argentina due to unsafe clandestine abortions.
“Que Sea Ley” (“Let It Be Law”) narrates the struggle to end the history of a legal flaw. In 2018 a bill was intoduced for a free, safe and legal abortion for the seventh consecutive time, in a debate that divided the country in two opposite sides.

The film opens with the victory in the Chamber of Deputies, but before the definite vote in the Senate, it leads us to a 3000 mile-long road trip to follow everyone involved in this decisive battle, with the courageous testimonies of victims and the key strong female voices who lead this journey.

A few months later, the disheartening negative outcome in the Senate…

The battle was lost… but only for now. Because millons of young argentinian women will never give up…

Credits

Juan SOLANAS - Director

Nicolás SULCIC - Sound

Juan SOLANAS - Script / Dialogue

Fernando Ezequiel SOLANAS - Co-Producer

Casting

Marta ALANIS

Poster of the film © Risónico

Contacts

Production

CINE SUR SA - TACUARI 1325 4to B C1139AAC BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA - T: 54 1147948513 - juansolanas@gmail.com


LES FILMS DU SUD - 22 rue Davy 75017 PARIS FRANCE - T: 33 95 - juansolanas@gmail.com


GAMELAND - URUGUAY


International press

THE PR FACTORY - BELGIUM - T: 32 486546480 - www.theprfactory.com
- Barbara@theprfactory.com

Marie-France DUPAGNE

Gudrun BURIE


International sales

WILD BUNCH DISTRIBUTION - FRANCE - T: 33 0613213558 - www.wildbunch-distribution.com
- festival@wildbunch.eu


Special Screenings Released on Juan SOLANAS

QUE SEA LEY

One woman dies every week in Argentina due to unsafe clandestine abortions. “Que Sea Ley” (“Let It Be Law”) narrates the struggle to end the history o...
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