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


    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.

Popular reviews

  • 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.