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Varan Workshop in Colombia
Hair Therapy
Directed by Andrea Sad
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Andrea is a young filmmaker in Bogota, Colombia. Her three friends, in their twenties like Andrea, are single, independent, and often discuss love, relationships, and the desire to start a family.

Part of the Varan Workshop in Colombia series, HAIR THERAPY gives Andrea the opportunity to question her friends. They mirror Andrea, allowing her to answer to her own questions of youth.

Far removed from poverty, insecurity and war, Andrea's generation of Colombian women work and are financially independent. They want to manage their life as they please, but are still, after all, in search of Prince Charming, if not their soul mate.

2001 International Documentary Film Festival "Fictions du Réel" (France)
  

23 minutes / color
Release: 2001
Copyright: 2000
Sale: $225

Subject areas:
Colombia, Family Relations, Latin America, South America, Women's Studies

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