As Bad Bunny affirms in “El apagón”: “Now everyone wants to be Latino.” This phenomenon that happens in music, with exponents like Shakira, Karol G and Bizzarap with their extensive list of collaborators, of which Benito boasts; has its counterpart in the audiovisual arts and Netflix has detected it. The worldwide success of soap operas such as “Café con aroma de mujer” or Spanish series such as “La casa de papel” or “Elite” has not been a coincidence.
As we mentioned, rising actors such as the daughter of “El Puma” Rodríguez, Génesis Rodríguez, the Cuban William Levy, or Úrsula Corberó join the list of Spanish-speaking artists recognized as Penelope Cruz, Salma Hayek, Javier Bardem or Leonardo Sbaraglia. But if even the aforementioned Bad Bunny participates in the latest film starring Brad Pitt. Fortunately, in addition to opening the game in its original productions, Netflix it is also rescuing other well-known productions from Spanish-speaking countries. Today we will talk about: Tremulous meat (Pedro Almodóvar), The oblivion that we will be (Fernando Trueba), and The king of eleven (Daniel Burman).
Tremulous meat: Pedro Almodovar and one of his most provocative films, when his styling spread through every frame of his productions; with the performance of the previously mentioned Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz. Funny, irreverent and at times uncomfortable, a true exercise in the best Almodóvar style. A young woman and three armed men meet in a house. Elena waits for her drug dealer, David (Javier Bardem) and Sancho (José Sancho) are policemen, and Víctor (Liberto Rabal) is a teenager obsessed with Elena. A violent argument breaks out between them. When they meet again two years later, nothing will be the same.
The oblivion that we will be: officially selected for the 2020 Cannes Film Festival, this film that we can find in Netflix intimately narrates the story of a good man, Colombian doctor Héctor Abad Gómez, a charismatic social leader and family man, an outstanding doctor and human rights activist in the polarized and violent Medellín of the 1970s. life of the doctor and father of a family, concerned both for his children and for the children of less favored classes. In his house, the vitality and creativity characteristic of an education based on tolerance and love were breathed, but the environmental violence of the country conditions the life of everyone around him.
El rey del Once: Burman allows two great actors that we are used to seeing in secondary roles to shine; Julieta Zylberberg and Alan Sabbagh shine between humor and drama. This movie available in Netflix tells the story of Ariel, who believes he has left his past behind, estranged from his father, after building a new and successful life as an economist in New York. Called by his father, whose mission in life is to direct a Jewish aid and charity foundation in the Eleven neighborhood, he returns to Buenos Aires. There he meets Eva, a mute and intriguing woman who works at the foundation. So Ariel returns to Once, the Jewish neighborhood of his childhood. A reunion with the tradition that gave rise to estrangement, and facing the paradox of a man who helps everyone, but he is unable to do it with his son Ariel.
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