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"Structured as a series of vignettes, Robert Lemon’s exceptionally insightful documentary explores the cultural implications of taco trucks and how they can transform a community. Lidia, a truck owner and undocumented immigrant, emerges as the heart of the film, and there’s a poignant sequence of synchronized cooking that illustrates how certain customs keep estranged families linked over vast distances. Lemon’s observant lens wisely allows various scenes to breathe, enabling the audience to feel like participants rather than passive viewers, and inviting them to engage in the film’s provocative discussion."

 

- Matt Fagerholm, Chicago Film Critic, Assistant Editor at Roger Ebert Publishing and Founder of Indie Outlook

 

 

 

"Transfusión is a provocative exploration of the relation of space to social transformation. It presents a strong argument for the need to understand the spatial dimensions of identity and privilege. In Lemon’s cinematography we find the power of documentary to present and, perhaps more importantly, creatively reimagine a sense of place."

 

-Margaret Frohlich Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, Dickerson College.

 

 

 

"Transfusión is an excellent cinematic and ethnographic depiction of the economic, social and personal struggles that make up the Mexican immigrant experience through the framework of food practices. Lemon focuses on a traditional taco truck in an all-black neighborhood to demonstrate how human, social and emotional connections are forged and maintained through the spatial attributes of food. Subsequently, the director draws the audience in with illustrative images of Mexican cooking and cuisine, and by doing so, ultimately challenges the audience to better contemplate the contemporary issues and complexities of immigration in the US. As such, it is an excellent teaching tool for university courses addressing critical topics in urban, cultural and/or food geography."

 

-Solange Munoz

Assistant Professor of Geography, The University of Tennessee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

"It May Not Be The Mountain Top, but Hilltop is Good Enough... Like Water for Taco Trucks... Black, Taco Gold..." - Curly Cohen, South West News, Chicago. (Click for PDF Mini-Review of Film.)

 

 

INDIE OUTLOOK: Robert D. Lemon on Tranfusión

 

Neither Film School nor School Film by Lara Klaber

March 27, 2014

 

Ethnic Food Trucks on NPR ALL SIDES with Ann Fisher

May 9, 2013