In 2022, cinema-goers were treated to a trio of unique and captivating films. “Triangle of Sadness” explores the world of high fashion and the dark underbelly that comes with it, while “Argentina, 1985” takes a closer look at the political turmoil that rocked the country during that period. And finally, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is a genre-bending film that blends science fiction, action, and comedy in a way that defies categorization. Each of these movies of multidimensional realities offers a unique and thought-provoking experience that will leave audiences wanting more.
Triangle of Sadness (2022)
Ruben Östlund’s film, Triangle Of Sadness, has received three Academy Award nominations in the categories of Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay, despite its satirical and cynical approach to the world of privilege. The story is set on a ship for the super-rich and takes a wild turn when the passengers become shipwrecked on an island.
Used to having everything they want, will they get away with it? She makes you laugh (a lot), think, and get angry. It is surprising and original. It was last year’s surprise in the hall.
Argentina, 1985 (2022)
Presented in competition at the 79th Venice International Film Festival, Santiago Miter’s film is among the favorites – if not the favorite. In the race to win the 2023 Oscar for Best Foreign Film.
The true story of prosecutors Julio Strassera, Luis Moreno Ocampo, and their legal team. Who had the courage to investigate the ruthless military dictatorship in Argentina, inspired the film Argentina, 1985. Despite the dangers, they didn’t stop in their mad race against time to find evidence and bring justice to the victims of the military junta. The film is already streaming on Prime Video.
Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022)
There are 11 statuettes, including Best Film, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay, for this surprising and original film about relationships and the metaverse.
Have you ever imagined how many and what lives you could have lived instead of yours? In this film, Evelyn-Michelle Yeoh runs a laundromat in her life. Finds herself dragged into a crazy adventure where she explores the different paths she could have taken. Her performance in the film has already won her a Golden Globe award. You can still find the film in that cinema. But it will certainly return to theaters after the Oscars. It’s insane, wonderful, and heartwarming. Don’t miss it.
The Pupils 2022
The film by Alice Rohrwacher ( Happy as Lazzaro ), visible on Disney+, is in the competition for Best Short Film. Produced by none other than Alfonso Cuarón, Pupils is a story of freedom, desire, and devotion that takes place within the walls of a strict religious boarding school for girls at Christmas time. It is a small film told with candor and a look at the past that characterizes the director.
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