Devil’s Freedom (La Libertad Del Diablo), Ernesto Gonzales,2017(1 hr 15 mins)
In some of the world's most dangerous cities life is not worth much. Looking into the eyes of the protagonists of violence, victims as well as executioners, this documentary helps us understand how fear inserts itself into subconscious of Mexican society. Told through the words of those who have suffered violence along with those who inflict it, this film presents a challenging, startling, and ultimately effective portrayal of its impossibly difficult subject: violence.
Speaker: Ignacio Sánchez Prado, Washington University in St. Louis
The riverrun Global Film Series aspires to create a dialogue between local community and institutions of higher education in Buffalo through a selection of films that provide a better understanding of our present existence in the globalized networked world. The riverrun Global Film Series is produced by riverrun, Patrick Martin President; with support from the Burchfield Penney Art Center, the UB Department of English, the UB Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, and James Agee Chair in American Culture, SUNY Distinguished Professor Bruce Jackson.
Further information about the riverrun Global Film Series at: globalfilmseries.wordpress.com