Award-Winning documentary “No Dress Code Required” will open theatrically in New York City this coming Friday, November 3 with a national release to follow.
Directed by Cristina Herrera Borquez, the film won best documentary at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, and was an official selection of both the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and Outfest, LA’s annual gay film fest.
The doc follows the story of Victor and Fernando, who run a beauty salon in Baja California, Mexico. For many of their longtime customers they are a lovely gay couple — until they decided to tie the knot.
“No Dress Code Required” is a powerful, emotional story of two men in love fighting for what they want, learning how people they’ve come to know and love actually feel – and enlightening the community in which they live. #DownWithHomophobia
Running time: 91 minutes / Not Rated / In Spanish (with English subtitles)