Guille Seve

NYC-based Argentine writer and cinephile. 
Mostly doing research on contemporary Latin American cinema.


“Silly rabbit. Trix are for kids.”

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  • Mysteries of Lisbon

    Mysteries of Lisbon

    ★★½

    I love Ruiz’s adaptation of Proust’s novel. A masterpiece. 

    But I can’t say I loved this one. Had to fight to stay awake. There’s something soothing in the camera movements, long speeches, and orchestrated music.

  • Fantastic Planet

    Fantastic Planet

    ★★★

    Weird and cruel animation. 

    Something tells me we’re living in that planet right now.

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  • And Then We Danced

    And Then We Danced

    ★★★★★

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️


    One would think that this kind of story has already been told so many times, but here it really becomes something unexpected. What seems to be a love story is actually a story of self-discovery and acceptance, a claim to value oneself and realize the context in which one lives. 


    The traditional Georgian dance and its conservatism make more corporeal what we have also seen so many times: a queer subject trying to survive an oppressive environment.

  • Love Exposure

    Love Exposure

    ★★★★★

    A four hours film, epic, that explores sexuality, religion, family values, and morality combining karate, drama, and absurdity. A masterpiece.