Argentinian Films

The Last Summer of La Boyita

REVIEW The Last Summer of La Boyita

By 19 April, 2012

Julia Solomonoff‘s latest film is a sweet yet daring look at that awkward no man’s land between the end of childhood and the start of adolescence. The Boyita of the title is a campervan pod which also doubles... Read Article

Chinese Take-Away

REVIEW Chinese Take-Away

By 15 April, 2012

Chinese Take-Away (Un Cuento Chino) claims to be a story based on real events but our credulity is quickly put to the test in an opening scene where a lovely looking engagement is interrupted by a plummeting ruminant.... Read Article

Medianeras

REVIEW Medianeras

By 15 April, 2012

Medianeras (Sidewalls) by the Argentine Gustavo Taretto, is a comic and rather touching lesson on that deadly proxy for life — virtual reality.

The Invisible Eye

REVIEW The Invisible Eye

By 08 March, 2012

Based on the book Ciencias Morales by Martin Kohan, The Invisible Eye (La Mirada Invisible) is a film about discipline and the stranger sides of sexuality, all set against the allegorical backdrop of a strict private school during... Read Article

Patagonia

REVIEW Patagonia

By 10 September, 2011

Marc Evans’ Patagonia tells the simultaneous stories of two women at two very different stages in their lives. Set to the beautiful backdrop of both Wales and Argentina, the film’s exquisite beauty creates a breath-taking surrounding for an... Read Article