From a historic genocide trial to the overthrow of a president, 500 Years tells a sweeping story of mounting resistance played out in Guatemala’s recent history, through the actions and perspectives of the majority indigenous Mayan population, who now stand poised to reimagine their society. This is the third installment of the Resistance saga, following When The Mountains Tremble (1983) and Granito: How to Nail a Dictator (2011).
The story of growing resistance in Guatemala's recent history is examined through the standpoint and actions of the indigenous Mayan population.
“...rich with feeling, liberated from simple theatrical structures, always honest about what is possible.” — The Village Voice
Runtime: 105 minutes
Director: Pamela Yates
Language: Spanish w/ English subtitles
Friday, September 8: 11:00AM, 3:35
Saturday, September 9: 7:45
Sunday, September 10: 1:50, 6:20
Monday, September 11: 1:20, 8:35
Tuesday, September 12: 11:00AM, 6:15
Wednesday, September 13: 11:00AM, 3:35
Thursday, September 14: 4:10, 8:45
$11 General Admission / $8.50 Students & Seniors / $7.50 Members.
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