Tag Archives: Spanish

Carlos Sorin – El Camino de San Diego AKA The Road of San Diego (2006)

A young Argentine learns that soccer star Diego Maradona is ailing in a Buenos Aires hospital, and resolves to bring him a tree root he’s discovered. Read More »

Jesús Franco – Bahía blanca (1985)

Bahia Blanca is an obscure but beautifully atmospheric thriller shot on the Spanish coast. Part crime, part character study, and all Franco… (MondoDigital) Read More »

Claudia Pinto – La distancia más larga AKA The Longest Distance (2013)

Synopsis:
A story about a boy who gets into an adventure with a stranger hoping to meet his grandmother. Read More »

Carolina Adriazola & José Luis Sepúlveda – Harley Queen (2019)

A woman yearns to find her identity through her character:a supervillain, dancer and mother, in the Mena sector, or what they call “the largest ghetto in Chile”, in Puente Alto, Santiago. Read More »

Gustavo Fontán – La orilla que se abisma (2008)

The movie is a documentary about the argetine poet Juan Laurentino Ortiz, known as “Juan L” or “Juanele”. It’s a story about a travel trought the Paraná river (Entre Ríos, Argentina), where the nature acting (water, birds, air, rain, trees, sun, etc). The film have parts of documentary about Juan L. Ortiz, and can hear his voice talking a reciting a poem. La orilla que se abisma is poetry made image. Read More »

Paul Naschy – El caminante AKA The Traveller (1979)

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On the surface, EL CAMINANTE (THE TRAVELER) can be considered a pitch black comedy much in the tradition of TOM JONES, ribald and humorously wicked, a morality play set against a backdrop of excessive fornication and gluttony. Yet, at the same time, it is an evil rondo of debauchery, cold-blooded murder, robbery and unfettered greed. But, above all, it is an artist’s verbal and visual portrait of the moral and ethical decay undermining the foundation of mankind. On whatever level you chose to accept this movie, you will find situations that may make you laugh, cry or even shout in outrage–and, if you look within yourself deeply enough, you may even glimpse some disturbingly recognizable traits. Read More »

Jesus Franco & Lina Romay – Una Rajita Para Dos AKA A Crack For Two (1984)

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Yet another hardcore film co-directed by Jess Franco and Lina Romay[Lulu LaVerne] As usual with a Franco hardcore picture, this film doesn’t go for anything sexual but instead it throws countless sex scenes into a bizarre story. The story centers around a government agent who is following a spy (Romay) who puts some sort of secret chip up women’s butts in order to carry out only God knows what. I had to view this film in Spanish without any subtitles so I’m not exactly sure what the chips were being used for but it doesn’t appear that there was too much to the story since the majority of the 83-minute running time centers on the sex scenes. For the most part these scenes are poorly shot and you can tell that the director was working on a very low budget. Read More »