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When 93-year-old América injures herself in a fall, her son and only caregiver is imprisoned for neglect. This beautiful documentary set in Mexico records how her three grandsons stepped in to care for her and the tender, moving relationships established over the next three years. A powerful account of intergenerational family ties and the possibility for love to win through in certain caring situations.

Part of the Getting Older Film Club, for more information go to the SAACY events webpage.

This screening is open to all and free to attend. No booking required - but if you are from outside King’s, please email Joe on to be added to the security list at the Strand Building reception.

These screenings are supported by the Centre for Health Humanities (CHH) at King’s. Join the CHH mailing list for updates on news and events.

Event details

Room K-1.56
Strand Campus
Strand, London, WC2R 2LS