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  • Parasite



    "Parasite" is an extraordinary universal metaphor for social relations. A thriller with a powerful socio-political critique, told through a group of great actors and a technical ability that mixes thrills, satire and pathos in a combination that leaves you breathless from the beginning to the end.

    A film that goes from one genre to another in a simple, perfect way and that leads the viewer to laugh and be afraid in the same scene.

    Pure genius, so we could describe…

  • Joker



    Have you ever felt unfit? Uncomprehended? Well this is the portrait of Arthur Fleck, “one of many” in Gotham City, now an open-air sewer, full of mice and crime that manifest itself every day.
    Arthur is sick. He has a neurological disorder that forces him to continue talks with social services and to take numerous pills daily. All this also has a side effect: in moments of great tension or embarrassment, Arthur can’t stop laughing. An unconditional reflex that does…

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  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


    An intense and sentimental film where Martin Scorsese seems to collect and mix the pieces of his brilliant filmography to return to discuss the world of American gangsters, without exalting this criminal universe. Any exaltation is in fact put aside to get to the heart of the relationships between the main protagonists.

    Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci give warm and passionate performances, and especially Al Pacino's character is perhaps the most exuberant and stars in some of…

  • Memories of Murder

    Memories of Murder


    The original and unique aspect of “Memories of Murder” is the way in which the protagonists, so inside the brutal systems of the Government for which they work, are completely unaware of the injustices they continue to inflict on their compatriots, whom they always wrongly accuse.

    The main interest of "Memories of Murder" is not so much to solve a mystery (remember that, at the time the film was made, the murders on which the work was based had not…