This affectionate documentary follows three brothers in Mexico as they care for their 93-year-old grandmother

This soulful debut feature-length documentary from American directing duo Erick Stoll and Chase Whiteside centres on three brothers in Colima, Mexico, whose lives revolve around their 93-year-old grandmother, América. Shot over a three-year period with an affectionate, watchful eye, it blows up an intimate family portrait on to a large, cinematic canvas.

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