Mexican LGBT+ documentaries you must see

06 January 2022 By Blue Chairs Resort By The Sea
After a December full of parties, delicious food, fun and meditation, surely you want to take 5 minutes to rest from the hustle and bustle of an incredible New Year's Eve, now it's time to turn the page and start from scratch. If what you are looking for is relaxation, and pamper yourself just the way you deserve, at Blue Chairs we have what you need; beautiful beaches, amazing sunsets, a spa to leave your stress behind and rooms so comfortable you won't want to leave the room. 

If this sounds like a perfect plan, how about adding a good Mexican documentary about the LGBT+ community, get to know another face of diversity, the struggle for rights, or simply everyday life told from different points of view. From gender identity, Drag Queens or equal marriage. So get ready in your ocean view room, call room service, get comfortable and give play to the fun. 

Mexican LGBT+ documentaries you must see


Traviatas: 

This documentary was the winner of the 2020 Playa del Carmen International Queer Film Festival in the category of Best Mexican Documentary Short Film, it narrates the trajectory and story of Samantha, an activist and octogenarian; Morgana, a soprano in her 30s; and Victoria, an influencer in her 20s. Three trans women from three different generations who have managed not only to belong, but also to stand out in society.

Things we don't do: 

A documentary that chronicles the coming out of the closet of Arturo, a 16-year-old boy who spends the day with his friends in El Roblito, a community in Nayarit where his parents work hard day by day. The community suffers the consequences of drug violence in Mexico, and Arturo lives an identity crisis and decides to tell his parents that he would like to dress in women's clothes, we will see the different problems that the LGBT+ community lives where innocence and dreams collide with violence and prejudice that persist in our country.

Quebranto

This documentary tells the story of Coral Bonelli, who undertook her transition into adulthood. Coral, who was a television star in the 70s, Quebranto shows her acceptance and struggle for her true passion: acting. 

Sharpen your heels

A little Drag art doesn't hurt anyone, know the story of Bernardo Castrejón, who presents himself as a shy guy, but the moment he puts on his heels and becomes Dolores Black; an incredible Drag Queen, everything changes.  

Enjoy a magical evening, resting and enjoying documentaries that will show you the great diversity of the LGBTQ+ world from our wonderful rooms, do not hesitate to contact us and book a room at Blue Chairs, where the fun begins. 

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