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The Sky, the Earth, and the Rain

Film Society of Lincoln Center

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In a remote, rural harbor town in southern Chile, Ana carries out her daily routines in silence, even when she’s with others. After she is fired, her gregarious best friend Veronica secures her a job as a housekeeper for Toro, a solitary man who lives outside the city. As the characters struggle to connect and discover themselves, Torres Leiva’s camera finds the beauty in their sepia-toned surroundings: the inside of Veronica’s home, a lonely forest path, the muddy bayous that encircle their town. As these moments accumulate, the film achieves a state of contemplative grace.

Introduction by José Luis Torres Leiva

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Runtime

112m

Pricing

8.00 - 14.00

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