The film will be screened on Thursday, December 2, at 6:00 p.m. at the NILAS library (Universitetsvägen 10, Hus B, Plan 5) and at 7:25 pm there will be a virtual chat with the director of the film Juan Solanas, moderated by Gianfranco Selgas, PhD candidate in Latin American Literature and Culture at the University of Stockholm.

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"Que sea ley" - Synopsis

Let it be law places us in the palpitating center of the protests called “Marea Verde”, a movement that prompted thousands of women to take the streets and demand the decriminalization of abortion in Argentina. The film records the songs, vigil nights, batucadas, and bonfires that have inspired so many other feminist collective experiences throughout Latin America, under the iconic green scarf. The documentary highlights the unavoidable link between the political and the personal. Massive gatherings in public spaces and heated parliamentary debates are blended with testimonies from women who narrate the consequences of clandestine abortion. Solanas' documentary challenges us to actively participate in a debate that transcends borders, beliefs and social classes, at a time when civil rights are threatened in various parts of the world.


Juan Solanas (Argentina, 1966) is a director, writer and photographer. In 2000, he wrote, produced and directed his first film, The Headless Man, for which he received the Jury Prize at Cannes, as well as the César for Best Short Film and fifty other awards throughout the world. He is currently producing the feature documentary by Christophe Réveille, Les survivants du Che.

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