"Visually stunning." - Manohla Dargis, The New York Times

"Teresa Sánchez's performance in González’s subdued feature evokes the close-up magic of Renée Jeanne Falconetti." - Carlos Aguilar, Indiewire

"Spellbinding and urgent. A vivid portrait of a place and its people, an unsentimental ode to the art and craft of tequila-making, a damning depiction of the results of globalizing economic policies, and an exquisite character study." - Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter

DOS ESTACIONES follows fifty-year-old businesswoman María García (Sánchez), the owner of Dos Estaciones, a once-majestic tequila factory now struggling to stay afloat. The factory is the final hold-over from generations of Mexican-owned tequila plants in the highlands of Jalisco, the rest having folded to foreign corporations. Once one of the wealthiest people in town, María knows her current financial situation is untenable. When a persistent plague and an unexpected flood cause irreversible damage, she is forced to do everything she can to save her community's primary economy and source of pride. (Cinema Guild)

Awards & Nominations

Winner - Outstanding Screenwriting in a U.S. Feature, L.A. Outfest
Winner - True Vision Award, Documentary, True/False Film Festival 
Winner - World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award, Acting (Teresa Sánchez) - Sundance Film Festival
Nominee - Grand Jury Prize, World Cinema - Dramatic, Sundance Film Festival

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