When deciding which titles to include in your catalog, Netflix it also has a prestigious audiovisual content section. And those honors are preceded by multiple awards and accolades at different ceremonies and festivals.
That’s why this time we bring you three recommendations what have been distinguished on several occasions, so their quality is guaranteed since they were praised by the most prominent and respected personalities in the industry.
So if you’re not sure what to play for this weekend, this list will make that moment of indecision easier with three films of different genres and backgrounds (Mexico, Colombia, Brazil) that add an interesting dose of Latin variety.
Tatiana Huezo placeholder image is the director in charge of this title that was released this year. Set in a small mountain town in Mexico, we see the story of three girls who enjoy playing hide-and-seek underground, dressing up as adult women, and sneaking into abandoned houses. Between magic and joy they live their moments of freedom while their mothers teach them to flee from the threats of the place. The problem is unleashed once they do not reach their hiding place in time.
The oblivion that we will be
The great director Fernando Trueba directs this 2020 feature film about a teacher who promoted tolerance and human rights in violent Medellín in the 1970s. The story from the eyes of his son presents this man with dedication to help the most disadvantaged.
Alexandre moratto directs to Christian malheiros already Rodrigo Santoro in this gripping Brazilian movie about a young man who works in a junkyard in Saint Paul and must deal with an abusive boss. Labor exploitation escalates to levels of violence and threats that lead the protagonist to try to free himself and help his colleagues.