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Project Arts Centre presents
Dates: 31 Jul - 31 Jul
Show Time: 8:00pm
Tickets: €€10 - €8
By Gaze International Dublin LGBT Film Festival
We all know Catholicism is camper than a girl guide’s jamboree, but until now there’s never been a movie to prove it. This South American musical concoction tells the story of young Natalia who, on receiving the present of a TV (from Jesus himself), becomes obsessed with Flashdance and wearing torn t-shirts like Jennifer Beals. With her best mate, little gay Carlos in tow, headbands and legwarmers at the ready, she rehearses songs on a motorway overpass, dreaming of stardom.
Cut to 20 years later. In between auditions, Natalia is working at the Cristo Theme Park (the only theme park approved by the Vatican) dressed up as the Ten Commandments. But, as this film shows, you should never give up hope. When a national TV talent show rolls into town – hosted by Almodóvar icon, Rosy De Palma – Natalia gets the chance to fulfill the dreams she’s held on to since she was the most Catholic child in her religiously crazy hometown.
Miss Tacuarembó is a kick-ass musical that puts the kitsch back in church – what a feeling!
Spanish with English subtitles.
Performance Dates, Tickets and Information
31 JUL 2011~ Tickets
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See Who Took the Bomp? along with The Advocate of Faddom and The Ballad of Genisis & Lady Jaye for just 35.
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Spanish with English subtitles.
*Concession tickets are available, with valid identification, to Students, Senior Citizens, Equity Members and the Unwaged.
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URUGUAY | 2010 | 92:00 | Director: Martín Sastre
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