Review: Zama (2017)

Argentina’s best movie this year is kind of a drag.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Review of Zama, directed by Lucrecia Martel. Argentina.

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Review: The Long Night of Francisco Sanctis (2016)

A kiss and a flower.

by Antonio Cabello

Review of The Long Night of Francisco Sanctis (La larga noche de Francisco Sanctis), directed by Francisco Márquez and Andrea Testa. Argentina.

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Avant Premiere of The Summit

All the way to the top.

by Benjamín Harguindey

In which we cover the avant premiere of The Summit (La Cordillera), one of Argentina’s most highly anticipated movies of the year.

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Review: Muerte en Buenos Aires (2014)

How’d this even get made?

by Benjamín Harguindey

Review of Death in Buenos Aires (Muerte en Buenos Aires, 2014) directed by Natalia Meta. Argentina.

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Review: Black Snow (2017)

Where is Abel your brother, Cain?

by Benjamín Harguindey

Review of Black Snow (Nieve Negra, 2017) by Martín Hodara. Argentina.

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Review: Subte-Polska (2015)

Argentine indie filmmaking at its cutest.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Subte-Polska (2015) is about the renaissance of a 90 year-old elder, one Tadeusz (Héctor Bidonde), who stops taking certain pills and rediscovers himself in a physical, mental and spiritual plain. It’s a pretty feel-good movie, written and directed by Alejandro Magnone with a tenderness that would be unbearable were the script not to include a little bit of sly mischief as well.

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