Outside of Hollywood and American cinema mainstream, there are countless countries that carry out weighty productions. Europe is one of the main references thanks to Spanish, French and Italian works, but Latin America has nothing to envy it. In fact, recently, Mexican filmmakers like Guillermo del Toro, Alejandro González Iñárritu Y Alfonso Cuaron they took center stage. Therefore, Netflix will celebrate the Aztec country with a special initiative.
Let Mexico be seen was the name chosen for a campaign that began on August 11 and will run until September 15. “It is to make Mexican cinema go further and more cinema to reach Netflix”, They explained in the official spot of the platform, where they also announced that they will adapt the work of Juan Rulfo, Pedro Paramo.
“Cinema has always accompanied Mexico. It has told our past, it tells our present and it will be there to tell our future. Each film and character, no matter where they come from, is a mirror of who we are, “he said. Francisco Ramos, vice president of content for Latin America of Netflix. The company explained that in the last five years, four out of ten users worldwide choose to watch a Mexican movie.
The date chosen to perform Let Mexico be seen it has to do with an important date in the country. On August 15, the National Mexican Cinema Day Y Netflix He did not want to stop celebrating. In addition to fictions like Ravens Club Y The House of Flowers, the platform owes Roma already Alfonso Cuaron his first nomination for Best Picture in The Oscar Awards, achieved in 2019.
Love Dogs, restored, among the most important titles to be seen
Throughout the next 35 days, Netflix will add titles to its catalog such as The goddess of asphalt, Modern Loves, I don’t know whether to cut my veins or leave them long Y Love of my loves, along with the premieres of A cop movie, Fire night, Comedian, The spokeswoman Y Noise. “Our commitment to Mexican culture also includes adapting great Mexican works to film and Pedro Paramo it will be the first great example of this, “he said. Ramos.
In addition, on September 10 you will be able to see Love Dogs, the debut of González Iñárritu. Netflix will make available to users the restored version of the 2000 film that premiered for the first time in the Morelia International Film Festival for the twentieth anniversary of the tape.
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