Folk in Uruguay, Latin America's second-smallest country, have produced two World Cup champion teams, and now the country is rallying behind its film business.
Uruguayan Film and Audiovisial Institute
Another leisurely told shaggy-dog story from Uruguayan helmer/co-writer Pablo Stoll Ward ("Hiroshima"), "3" extends its episodic drollery about 30 minutes beyond what the material warrants, thus…
A young grad student hesitates to commit to anything, including his own homosexuality.
After many years of directing openly commercial films, Rafael Montero has returned to a personal mode in "Broken Hearts," an ambitious if unsatisfactory mosaic about the existential angst of the…
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