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Le Mot Just With Héctor Tizón

"Le Mot Just" (2004), The director walks alongside the abandoned railway station in Yala to the ancestral home of Héctor Tizón. Yala is a minuscule village in the northwestern province of Jujuy, in former lands of the Incas, not far from the border dividing Argentina from Bolivia. On the path leading to the house, Montes-Bradley is greeted by dogs, and a pond with water lilies.


For the next eighty minutes, the audience will have the opportunity to hear the Latin America writer evoke a world that no longer exists, the meaning of books: the language of his elders, the transformative idiomatic mutations, and lost culinary traditions. IMDB []

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