To celebrate an awesomely impressive first decade of filmmaking in the 21 st century Cinema Tropical , that clever hub of all things cine Latino, undertook a huge survey project and asked key New Yorkers involved in the Latin American film world to come up with a list of the hundred best Latin American films of early s a. Always on the lookout for savvy ways to keep you in the know, we have adapted the list cherry picking the top 50, offering our own commentary and hooking you up with previews. Her cousin Tali lives nearby, also the mother of four children. And you know what, it was well worth the crush. In one of his first big screen appearances Gael Garcia Bernal plays Octavio desperately on the run from an armed thug but still giving his all to make sure he gets to the vet in time to save his injured dog.
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But that obscures the fact that stories about women falling in love with other women are just as ripe for epic films, be they romances or coming out tales. From documentaries on one of the greatest lesbian musical icons of the twentieth century to love stories set in Chicago and featuring plenty of female luchadoras, find below something for every taste. Featuring intimate camera angles and a lilting soundtrack to make US indie filmmakers swoon, Mosquita y Mari is the low-key and personal tale of two young Latinas, Yolanda and Mari, whose burgeoning affection develops under the domineering glare of family tradition. If that sounds corny, the film is anything but, with supreme performances from the two leads. The overriding message is one of positivity and unity, where the decisions we make are ours and ours alone. Deborah S.
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Although the title would suggest that all Latin girls love in the "backdoor", apparently only one actress is in this movie. Props go out to Justine Romee, who must've had the easiest audition in the world. That is, if you can fully classify hardcore buttsex as an "audition". Now, perhaps it's because I'm growing ever older, and hopefully wiser, but Justine Romee doesn't sound like a Spanish name to me. So, as I've mentioned, you'll excuse me if I have doubts about validity of the claim of this movie.
Alice is a drama teacher who goes on a cultural mission to a small town where the most bizarre occurrences are commonplace. Mirrors become doors, circus animals walk along the streets, and it appears that anything can happen. Everyone except Alice seems resigned to the situation.