Like the Earth, our interior is formed by different strata, which forge our identity and tell our life story. What circumstances intervene in this process and make us become who we are today?
Six trans women travel to a small town in León where they will explore unusual landscapes, as well as the ins and outs of their own personalities. Looking for answers about what connects them as a group, they will learn to deal with their differences.
Sediments is an engaging and fun story about empathy, individuality and the need to belong. It is the present radiography of a collective, which looks into the past and projects itself into the future, celebrating the extraordinary possibility of being unique and unrepeatable.
“Sedimentos portrays the daily lives of six people who are only trying to be themselves, with no strings attached, free from clichés. In this way, the film establishes itself as a magnificent vehicle for delving deeper into the reality of people who have been bravely going against the grain to lead the lives they want to lead, fighting against mindsets and social prejudice: they belong to three different generations and to different social classes, and while their past may not always have been easy, they are united by a sense of camaraderie which is able to prevail over any conflict that may bubble up to the surface during these days spent living side by side. This is what Silvestre – with immense affection, respect and spontaneity – shows in Sedimentos: without a doubt one of the season’s most interesting non-fiction films”.