Šolarke

Šolarke, 2020
drama
Schoolgirls, Španija, 97 min Imdb ocena: 6.4 Žanr: drama Igrajo: Andrea Fandos, Natalia de Molina, Zoe Arnao Režija: Pilar Palomero Avtorji: Pilar Palomero Jezik: španski, katalonski

Slovenski opis filma:

Enajstletna Celia obiskuje šolo redovnic v Španiji leta 1992, je marljiva učenka in pozorna hči. Prihod nove sošolke ji odpre okno, skozi katerega bo Celia spoznala povsem nov svet.Zgodba se v kontroverznih devetdesetih letih 20. stoletja odvija v Španiji. Enajstletna Celia obiskuje versko šolo redovnic, je marljiva učenka in pozorna hči. Prihod nove sošolke ji odpre okno, skozi katerega bo Celia spoznala povsem nov svet. Skupaj z novo prijateljico in nekaterimi drugimi dekleti bo Celia doživela novo obdobje v svojem življenju: adolescenco in prve izkušnje. Njeno telo si želi eksperimentiranja, poskušanja novih stvari, in sama noče več biti majhna deklica – tudi če to pomeni soočenje z materjo in izzivanje vsega, kar ji je dotlej prinašalo tolažbo in občutek varnosti.

Originalni opis filma:

In spring 1992 in the city of Zaragoza (province of Zaragoza, autonomous community's capital of Aragón in northeastern Spain), 11-year-old Celia lives with her 30-year-old widowed mother Adela, attends a Catholic school, and helps Adela with the cooking and housework. Her peaceful world changes when new student Brisa arrives from Barcelona (Catalonia's capital). Curious, restless and exciting, Brisa introduces quiet, friendly Celia to modern music bands that she doesn't know, at the same time she befriends another classmate, Cristina, and her older sister Clara. Despite the modernity of a Spain which in that year was the focus of attention as European Cultural Capital, the Expo '92 in Seville, and the Olympic Games in Barcelona, Celia's life is kept conservative and repressive not only by the nuns but also by working-class, illiterate Adela, who refuses to talk about Celia's father and worries about her own aging father but is unable to visit him because she was banished from her birth village for being an unwed mother. Celia spends her time with the girls playing with makeup, testing alcohol and cigarettes, dancing in discotheques at weekends, and discovering that she's despised at school for not having a father like the rest of the girls do. She feels like a stranger and searches for her identity and her place in the world. "The Girls" is the portray of a generation as unique as the time they lived.