|Director||Ruben Duran Donna Pinnick|
|Cast||Anyelo Cabrera Bhakti Duran Lynne Guitar Dagoberto Tejeda Ortiz Eugenia Torres Juan Vasquez|
|Country||USA, Dominican Republic, USA|
|Language||English, Spanish, Spanish, English|
|Runtime||55 min, USA:54 min|
|Plot||Introduction: 2:04 - Sets the scene and asks the viewer to widen their definition of carnaval to include the Dominican Republic. From Clay to Identity: 12:42 - The Dominican identity is explored through centuries of evolutions and the blending of Spanish, African and indigenous people's (Taínos) cultures. It is the beating heart of the documentary. Farewell to the Flesh: 7:32 - A quick review of the significant periods of change from 1520 to present day. The World Upside Down: 19:24 - A showcase of the many characters we were fortunate enough to meet and interview. The extraordinary visuals are supported by the experts' comments and descriptions. The Arrival of Spring: 7:33 - The shortest yet most subversive chapter, we look at the Cimarrón region (where escaped slaves lived free) and observe its carnaval traditions.... search for Colors of the Dominican Carnival on IMDb|
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