Let it be law by Juan Solanas

FFFMilano 2021 features a documentary on the struggle for women's rights in Argentina

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On Sunday January 17th at 9 PM FFFMilano presents the Italian Première of "Let it be Law" (2019, France - Argentina - Uruguay, 86', Spanish + Ita sub), documentary directed by Juan Solanas presented at the last Cannes Film Festival. FFFMilano presents this important work on the struggle for the right to abortion in Argentina as part of the #FFFMILANOFORWOMEN initiative. The screening will be introduced by the director Juan Solanas. You can book your free place to watch the film in streaming on MyMovies.it.


In Argentina, one woman dies every week as the result of illegal abortions. In 2018, for the seventh time, a motion supporting legal, secure and free abortion was presented to the National Congress.

The project provoked a fierce debate, revealing a society divided more than ever between the pro-life and freedom to choose positions.


Through an assemblage of passionate testimonies, Let it be law documents the determination of women fighting bravely to secure the right to physical self- determination, and bears witness to their massive mobilization in the streets of Buenos Aires. The film marks Juan Solanas’ return to Cannes Official Selection - a powerful, militant and necessary documentary revealing the urgent vital, struggle for the recognition of women’s rights.

Opening times

Opening times:

9 PM

Ticket information

Ticket information:

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