Gael Garcia Bernal

REVIEW Ema

By 01 May, 2020

Pablo Larraín updates our concept of the modern fiction film with Ema, a feature-length showreel of modern Valparaíso through emotive dance, social commentary and one woman’s wild determination.  Ema is stylistically intrepid for a feature film. Larraín has... Read Article

REVIEW Neruda

By 31 March, 2017

“We were in a dazzling and secret world of nature which at the same time was a growing menace of cold, snow and persecution.” Pablo Neruda, Nobel Lecture 1971. Few poets have captured the imagination of a continent like... Read Article

REVIEW Desierto

By 19 January, 2016

Desierto’s title sequence promises much. Grandiose, panoramic photography introduces the desert as a vast lunar world in which human life seems alien, and utterly insignificant: an entirely appropriate setting for a film about illegal immigrants desperately trying to... Read Article