I got to go to Juchitán

As an examination of matriarchal structures in Mexico, I GOT TO GO TO JUCHITÁN originates from the desire to portray the reality of a society structured differently to the accepted norm. 
The film observes three women in their everyday life, Adelina 70, Martina 40 and Adela 20. They work in a bistro at the famous market that is the economic heart of the town of Juchitán, Oaxaca, Mexico. The women cook, trade, look after their elders, get lovesick and know how to party. Fish, meat and corn from the region are delivered by the men, who support these loud and cheerfully dressed women who have the say. But capitalism and machismo are also ever present in Juchitán, making for a field of tension.
Adelina Santiago
Adela San Diago Sanches
Martina Castillo Martinez
Buch: Sonja Aufderklamm
Kamera: Sonja Aufderklamm
Cutter: Hannah Schwegel
Produzent: Julia Bruton
Ton: Raquel Belver
Musik: Thomas Hohl
DirectorRegie: Sonja Aufderklamm
GenreGattung: documentary
Production CountryProduktionsland: Germany
Production CompanyProduktionsfirma: Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin GmbH in Ko-Produktion mit dem Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (rbb) Sinnema Animation Studio
ProductionProduktion: 2021
Recording FormatDrehformat: Digital
Screening FormatVorführformat: 16:9
Frame RateBildgeschwindigkeit : 24
Aspect RatioSeitenverhältnis : 16:9
Sound FormatTonformat : 5.1
LanguageSprache : Spanish uad Zapotekian with German subtitles
FassungFassung: OV
Running TimeLaufzeit : 80 min