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Juchitan Queer Paradise

Director:
  • Patricio Henriquez
Producer:
  • Patricio Henriquez
  • Robert Cornellier
  • Raymonde Provencher
Writer:
  • Patricio Henriquez
Cinematographer:
  • Andrei Khabad
Editor:
  • Michel Grou
Sound:
  • Guillaume Boursier
Music:
  • Robert Marcel Lepage

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  • Country:Canada
  • Year:2002
  • Length:64 min
  • Data rate:7.5 MB/min
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WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT AND LANGUAGE. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED.

Homosexuals fulfilled in the land of the machos?

Located near the border with Guatemala, the Mexican town of Juchitán is home to the Zapotec Indians, who have shown remarkable tolerance towards homosexuals. According to a legend, God gave Vicente Ferrer, the patron saint of Juchitán, a bagful of queers. Everywhere he travelled -Colombia, Central America, Guatemala- he left behind a homosexual. In Juchitán, however, his bag came undone, and they all fell out at once…
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