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  • My Twentieth Century

    My Twentieth Century


    The first feature film of the Hungarian director Ildikó Enyedi is this particular vision and allegory towards the beginning of the 20th century as a vision of this historical period characterized by its constant technological progress, by the social convulsion and the acquisition of new values, but also in its condition of a global reflection on the position of women in society, in a discourse that can be fully extrapolated to the current context but without falling into crude feminism…

  • Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Adolescence of Utena

    Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Adolescence of Utena


    In the year of 1999 the Japanese Kunihiko Ikuhara dares to perform in the form of OVA this anime released two years before, recreating and recounting, (I clarified, this is not a summary of the anime itself), I would say that the right thing to do would be to mention that it is a parallel reality as independent as it is complementary to this anime based on the manga of Chiho Saito which had a total of 39 episodes, I…

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  • Intacto



    Imagine for a moment that luck can be possessed, and even transmitted and that its value is relative, it depends on those around you: if they have more luck than you, yours will be worth little, but a guy comes along and rubs you (more or less subtly) and thus takes away your ability to have found the only winning combination out of an infinite number of them. Don't worry, you can also take away the luck of others, it's…

  • Coma



    It is surprising how I never got to see this movie until today, I knew about it but never gave it a chance see it, but I have done so because lately, I find it mentioned in several lists that I have had the chance to see searching in Letterboxd. Coma is a solid thriller of those that are no longer made, with a very interesting and elaborate plot, and that does not treat the viewer like a fool giving…

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  • Whiplash


    Whiplash is for me a living proof of why we should never stop believing in cinema, as pretentious as we may think it was the decade of 2010' there will always be great stories all over the world that are there but that we may not have noticed and we must dig for them and this is one of them.

    A film that tells us about the dark, dirty and decadent side of fame in the purest and same style…

  • Kite



    I have seen Kite for the second time with my sister who is a fervent otaku, and I must confess that despite everything it still captivates me as the first time and I think it is one of the most underrated works that have existed in the vast world of Japanese animation.

    In it sex, violence and action are mixed to give us one of the most violent and provocative animations of the 90s. Anime is always a product of…