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Movie and More Nachos

We went to see Relatos Salvajes, my second movie to watch in castellano. The first time was How to Train Your Dragon 2, which was a lot easier as it was animated and made for a younger audience. 181 more words



“Lo bueno de esta película es que no parece argentina!”. Cuantas veces hemos, o al menos he escuchado esta frase, especialmente luego de ver “Tiempo de Valientes” 584 more words

Séptimo (Seventh Floor) Review

The landmark television series Twin Peaks initially focused on the death of the young, beautiful homecoming queen Laura Palmer and the subsequent search for her killer. 532 more words


"Wild Tales" (Relatos salvajes) Review: Argentina cinema takes a walk on the wild side

By Benjamín Harguindey

It’s hard to define the genre to which Wild Tales (Relatos salvajes) belongs, but it’s probably something along the lines of dark satire. 749 more words

Argentina Movies

Movie Monday: Argentinian Film Noir "The Secret in Their Eyes"

The Argentinian noir El Secreto de Sus Ojos (The Secret in Their Eyes) tells the story of retired prosecutor Benjamin Esposito (Ricardo Darín), who plans to write a novel about an unresolved crime of rape and murder of a young woman in 1974. 127 more words


Oscar Oddities: The Secret In Their Eyes (2009)

When it came to foreign language cinema in 2009, the narrative was something akin to the English Premier League in the mid-to-late 1990s. Only one of two teams could win – either Manchester United (a grim, unexciting, efficient misery machine – or in this case, Michael Haneke’s  1,449 more words

A Prophet