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A Small Section of the World

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How many hands touch your morning coffee before you How many of those hands are women's A Small Section of the World is an inspirational story about a group of women from a remote farming region of Costa Rica whose ideas sparked a revolution in the coffee-growing world. After the men of the village left in search of work, the women came together to imagine a different future for themselves, their families and their community. The film follows the impact of this remarkable story of perseverance as it touches lives around the globe.

  • DirectorLesley Chilcott
  • Runtime: 1 hr 1 min
  • StudioFilmBuff
  • QualityHD

Reviews about A Small Section of the World

New York Times
Nicolas Rapold
New York Times

It's like a gently distressed company film blown up to feature length.

Village Voice
Diana Clarke
Village Voice

A delicious, compact viewing experience - like a rich, smooth shot of espresso.

Los Angeles Times
Martin Tsai
Los Angeles Times

Straight-up corporate propaganda. But its uplifting, powerful, well-meaning message might be enough to win over even some skeptics.

Under the Radar
Jennifer Chang
Under the Radar

The film would have benefitted had it gone more in depth with many of these interviews. Several interesting topics ... are also mentioned but not explored.

Film Journal International
David Noh
Film Journal International

The film has its interest, but maybe because of its association with Illy, it also has a somewhat removed, self-congratulatory corporate quality; it should have gone deeper.

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