Uruguayan Cinema

REVIEW Mr Kaplan

By 15 October, 2014

Mr Kaplan is the latest offering from Uruguayan director Álvaro Brechner (Bad Day to Go Fishing) which screened at the BFI London Film Festival on Saturday. Jacobo Kaplan (Héctor Noguera) is a Polish Jew who emigrated to Uruguay... Read Article

REVIEW La Demora

By 03 March, 2013

Old age is an issue which will affect us all at some point. Most of us still have a fair bit of time to prepare for its onset. In the meantime however, we’ll have to come to terms... Read Article

A Useful Life

REVIEW A Useful Life

By 16 January, 2012

A Useful Life is a new Uruguayan film that continues an aesthetic started by Whisky and 25 Watts, two classic Latin American films directed by fellow Uruguayans Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll. The dry humour is there,... Read Article