Interlude (2016)

A very strong film by a first-time writer/director, Interlude is a gentle portrait of a girl, her teenage sister, and their mother at a breaking point for the family.

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The Desert Bride (2017)

This Argentine-Chilean co-production is a remarkable achievement for its first-time writers and directors. It is a quiet little road-movie that looks gorgeous and keeps the audience engaged throughout.

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The Watchman (2017)

A very well-made drama from The Dominican Republic, which sheds a light on the prejudices the country struggles with regarding gender, race, and class.

Despite being predominantly “sad” in tone, and in spite of dealing with heavy issues, The Watchman is a very enjoyable film.

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Duck Season (2004)

An unusual but well-made comedy-drama from Mexico. Shot entirely in black&white, Duck Season presents us four average people in an average flat on an average Sunday afternoon, while slowly allowing their vulnerabilities to show.

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The Thin Yellow Line (2015)

This Mexican gem is one the most outstanding films of recent years. Quiet, moving, and with a touch of humour, Celso Garcia paints a tender picture of grown men doing some pretty tough work.

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