Argentina | 2017 | Lucrecia Martel
An ineffectual functionary working for the Spanish crown in a remote, tropical colonialist outpost somewhere in South America during the 18th century waits in vain for a transfer to Buenos Aires or back home. The first film in nine years by Argentinean master Lucrecia Martel is dense, languorous, perplexing, comic, and intoxicating. It’s also one of the most rapturously received movies of the past year. From the novel by Antonio Di Benedetto. Subtitles. DCP. 115 min.
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