One might say that every dictatorship is unique. After all, the reasons that give birth to one are different in each country. However, and as paradoxical as it sounds, most of the time the opposite is also true. Every dictatorship is practically the same as all the others.
The typical story of a soccer player discovered by chance, rising to the top, and then falling into disgrace, sounds more like a tragedy than a comedy. However, Rudo y Cursi manages to use this formula to build one fun-watching movie that will keep you laughing.
By now, it is probably a commonly accepted fact that the Internet is a pretty mysterious place. You don’t even have to go into the corners of the Dark Web. Social interactions on traditional social media sites are something we don’t understand, and they can get weird soon.
As a Latin American, I sometimes feel there isn’t a really strong narrative around the politics of the region when it comes to art. In particular, I feel this is most strongly seen in the case of films. With such a rich regional history, It sometimes seems to me that there’s not enough material to watch.
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