Anita Camacho, ambitious maid, pretends to be the owner of the house where she works to make a rich man fall in love with her, to marry him and to finally stop being poor. T...展开he islander Marino Mendez, owner of a fruitshop, pays attention to her and becomes the object of this lovable and skilful girl's plans who, dressed up in her master's elegant clothes, tries to seduce him. But a trap of love awaits her when she she walks down the street and breaks more hearts than she desired. (Alfredo Anzola, 1986, 90 minutes. No English Subtitles.)
The King Juan Carlos I Center and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese of New York University, in collaboration with Cinema Tropical, present: 100% VENEZUELA features 14 films from this South American country. The Festival focuses on the violence that has characterized Venezuelan cinema through its history, exhibiting classic films from the 80's and 90's, and the most recent productions of Venezuelan filmography. Solveig Hoogesteijn, Diego Rísquez and Alfredo Anzola, among other important Venezuelan filmmakers, will attend the screenings and participate in a symposium.