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piquete: [pɪ-kɛ-te] the name given to road-cutting protests used as a pressure tactic. in argentina, in the 90s, the piquete merged as a form of mass protest. it was used by the organizations of the unemployed, also known as the piquetero movement. the media usually pictures them as violent men with masks and baseball bats, although the majority of its members are actually women. water, salt, flour pays a visit to the women of the ctd (coordinator of the unemployed workers) anibal verón, and follows their work in the community kitchens.

water salt flour

An Argentinean immigrant living illegally for nearly half his life in Luxembourg must struggle daily for survival. Inspired partly by a quote from the late American auteur Orson Welles, the film depicts a loner who must fight his way out of the illusion that no one else exists around him.