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‘A gorgeous and compelling enigmatic drama. The agonies of the Caribbean’s colonial legacy are examined with aesthetic elegance and unsettling elusiveness in Carajita, a film that couldn’t be more timely in the Black Lives Matter era.’- Jonathan Romney, Screen Daily

‘A Latin 'Parasite'. Carajita starts strong, unfolds at the speed of gunpowder, and ends with a tremendous final explosion.’ - Carlos Loureda, Fotogramas‘ - Carlos Loureda, Fotogramas

The second feature by Argentinian/Spanish writing and directing duo Silvina Schnicer and Ulises Porra is a tense psychological thriller that examines the Caribbean’s colonial legacy through the story of three women. Wealthy teenager Sara and her nanny Yarisa have a relationship that seems to transcend their race and class conditions: they are the closest thing to mother and daughter. When they move back to the coastal town of Las Terrenas in the Dominican Republic, it means a return to Yarisa’s hometown and to her biological daughter Mallory, whom she left behind. Soon Sara and Mallory become friends but a tragic incident occurs that exposes the deep social tears within this fabric of relationships and tests intimate loyalties.