The Juanacatlán Falls in the central western Mexican state of Jalisco was once known as the ‘Mexican Niagara’, a paradisiacal source of pleasure and sustenance for the communities of nearby villages. In the 1970s, however, this natural idyll became heavily polluted after an industrial corridor was established across the Santiago River. Today, as toxic waters contaminate everything in their path, local farmers and fishermen witness the disappearance of their world. In Polgovsky’s Resurrection (Resurrección), one family fights for survival, risking their lives in an attempt to resurrect a lost Eden.
Sun, 01 Sep 2019
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