An absorbingly immersive and thoroughly enjoyable documentary about flamenco, politics, identity and Seville. Structured as nine walks through the city with artists (plus an animal accompaniment of choice) who featured on Pedro G. Romero’s poster for the 2018 Flamenco Biennial: Chilean dancer Javiera de la Fuente, poet David Pielfort, lawyer and gypsy activist Pastora Filigrana, flamenco dancer Bobote, Hungarian singer and dancer Janek, gypsy actress Rocío Montero, English Afro-Caribbean dancer Yinka Esi Graves, gypsy bullfighter Vanesa Montoya, and filmmaker Gonzalo García Pelayo, who revisits his city on film over 40 years after making 1978 comedy Vivir in Sevilla. Relax into a rich array of music, dance, conversation, archive footage, comic touches and generally pleasant rambles around the atmospheric Andalusian capital.

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167 minutes

Translated title:
Nine Sevillas


Full English

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