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farcefilledjar farcefilledjar Unlike the year before, 2012 were twelve spectacular months for cinema, especially for US American productions. Just a quick overview of those directors who released a film this past year reads like a textbook selection of today’s finest filmmakers: Paul Thomas Anderson, Quentin Tarantino, Steven Spielberg, Kathryn Bigelow, Michael Haneke, Christopher Nolan, Peter Jackson, etc. Many of these films (if not all in some way, at least) share a common concern for identity, whether it be individual, racial or collective, in an ever more complex and more fragmented society. No matter whether it is Maya in Zero Dark Thirty, Joe in Looper, Freddie in The Master, Tarantino’s Django or even Spielberg’s Lincoln, all of the protagonists struggle to maintain their identity (in time and space) and to find their place in their respective milieus. In this struggle, they (of course) frequently face an antagonist agent that threatens their identity and, consequently, their existence as such.
ZINEMA 2 francos, 40 pesetas (2 francos, 40 pesetas, 2014), de Carlos Iglesias El también actor Carlos Iglesias retoma los personajes de Un Franco, 14 pesetas, en su tercer largometraje, después del drama Ispansi. Han pasado seis años desde que Martin y su familia dejaron Suiza y volvieron a Madrid. Ahora, en 1974, con motivo del bautizo del segundo hijo de Marcos, los antiguos amigos se reencontrarán y se producirá una nueva invasión de españoles que revolucionará Uzwill. Abuelas que llegan desde Madrid ZINEMA