Written and directed by feature film newcomer Matais Lucchesi, Natural Sciences is a cautionary tale: be careful what you wish for.
New Latin American Cinema
Director Cristián Jiménez treats the melodramatic proceedings with an ironic sense of humor that manages to keep the maudlin at bay.
In this powerful film, writer-director Fellipe Barbosa asks a number of pointed political and social questions about traumatic transitions.
The enduring curse of the past is not a new subject; it is Obra’s compelling visuals that make it special.