Too beautiful: our right to fight
Cargo Film & Releasing
Too weak. Too old. Too beautiful. Naysayers only fuel Namibia Flores Rodriguez’s need to fight. For decades, she’s trained 5 hours a day – every day – in hopes to one day win an Olympic gold title in boxing. But, in Cuba, boxing is banned for women. Although her native nation boasts more gold medals for boxing than any other country, women aren’t allowed in the ring. Now, aged 39 and just one year shy of the official age cap, Namibia is fighting for her final chance.
Born in 1990 in Stockholm. Has worked extensively with music videos and commercials. In 2016 released RAISED BY KRUMP, a short film about street dancing in L.A. The film, which has since obtained vast international attention, premiered at the 2016 edition of IDFA, screened at SXSW in 2017 and was featured as the staff pick of the week on Vimeo. TOO BEAUTIFUL: OUR RIGHT TO FIGHT is his first feature film-documentary