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Journalist Mariana Carbajal reveals the reality for women in El Salvador, a country that has one of the strictest abortion prohibition laws in the world. Many poor women have been sentenced to long prison terms after facing obstetric emergencies. Morena Herrera, and other activists fight for reproductive rights.


Guayaquil International Film Festival, Ecuador

AfricanBamba Human Rights Film Festival, Panama

FCEE, Ecuador Etnographic Film Festival, Ecuador

Festival de Cine Leonardo Favio, Argentina

International Film Festival for Human Rights, Colombia

MUMA Festival, Women’s Festival of Media and Audiovisuals, Argentina

WIFTV Mx, Women International Cinema & TV Festival, Mexico

ETNOVIDEOGRÁFICA, International Ethnovideography Festival, Spain

Films By Women Film Festival, Spain

MAFICI International Film Festival, Argentina

Linares International Film Festival, Chile

Dhaka International Film Festival, Bangladesh

Cinema de Femmes, Women Film Festival, France

Censored International Film Festival, Peru

Latin American Studies International Film Festival, Canada

The International Film Festival TOFIFEST. Kujawy Pomorze Region, Poland

The Women Deliver Conference's Arts & Film Festival, Rwanda


Mariana Carbajal is a journalist at Pagina 12 and host of the Punto Género show. Trained in journalism with a gender and rights perspective. For her journalistic works, Mariana has received numerous awards and distinctions. She is the author of four books and numerous articles. In 2017, Marian won the Lola Mora Award for Career. She was a promoter of the Ni Una Menos movement. Cuerpos Juzgados is her first documentary film.

Catalog # EPF16053 ● ISBN: 978-1-933724-93-5 ● UPC: 6-82086-16053-5 ● NTSC

69 Minutes ● Copyright 2022 ● Spanish, English Subtitles

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