By Roger Koza Favula is one of the most beautiful and singular movies of the last years. Who could have filmed something like this not having studied cinema nor in the Moon or in Jupiter? Ituzaingó, a town not too far away from the city of Buenos Aires, and obligatory reference in all the director’s […]
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OLHAR DE CINEMA 2015 (04): FICTION AND FREEDOM
OLHAR DE CINEMA 2015 (03): THE POWER OF KEEN OBSERVATIONS: FOUR UNORTHODOX POLITICAL FILMS
By Roger Koza Don’t forget this name: Isabelle Tollenaere. His debut, Battles, is an ostensible political film based on keen observations. Battles opens with a philosophical quote: «When the combat ceases, that which is does not disappear, but the world turns away.» It won’t be revealed, until the final credits, that the quoted philosopher is Martin […]