No Dress Code Required
Directed by Cristina Herrera Borquez
Victor and Fernando are stylists in Mexicali, Mexico who are the go-to professionals for the city’s socialites. To their customers, they were a lovely couple – until they decided to legally marry. Losing the support of customers and friends and confronting a backlash of criticism, through their fight they woke up members of Mexicali’s society to fight homophobia and inequality. This film won John Schlesinger Award at Palm Springs 2017.
Topics: LGBT Marriage Equality
From the Human Rights Watch Film Festival – Toronto International Film Festival