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The always charming, perfect and spoiled Sofia, the queen bee of her group of friends, faces the unimaginable, her social decay. It’s 1982 and a big economic crisis is hitting Mexico. Sofia will have to maintain the appearances but her fall not only will be inevitable, it will also acknowledge what is lost when the money is gone.

Original title: Las Niñas Bien English title: The Good Girls Countries: Mexico Language: Spanish Production year: 2018 Length: 94' 


Ilse Salas, Cassandra Cinagherotti, Paulina Gaitán, Flavio Medina


Director: Alejandra Márquez Abella Screenwriter: Alejandra Márquez Abella, Monika Revilla  DOP: Dariela Ludlow Editor:  Miguel Schverdfinger  Music:  Tomás Barreiro Producers: Rodrigo S. González Ortíz, Gabriela Maire, Rafael Ley Production Company: Woo Films World sales: Luxbox

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Toronto International Film Festival - Platform Competition

Macao International Film Festival - International Competition : Audience Award

Marrakech International Film Festival - International Competition

Morelia International Film Festival - Mexican Competition

Chicago International Film Festival - New Filmmakers Competition

Roma International Film Festival - Main Section

Stockholm International Film Festival - Open Zone

Thessaloniki International Film Festival - Open Horizons

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival - Panorama

ALEJANDRA MÁrquez abella


She was born in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, raised in Mexico City. She studied filmmaking at Centre d’Estudis Cinematographics de Catalunya in Barcelona. Her short 5 Memories was exhibited in over 140 festivals around the world. Semana santa (2015), her first feature, premiered at Toronto International Film Festival and visited festivals such as SXSW and Karlovy Vary. The good girls (Las Niñas Bien) is her second feature.



2018, Las Niñas Bien

2015, Semana Santa - Toronto International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary Film Festival

2012, Perra (short)

2011, Mal de Tierra ( Documentary)

2009, 5 recuerdos (short)


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