5 Cult-Classic Films By Latinx Directors
Here’s a true and sad statement: Latinx peopl
Hollywood is ignoring the 58.9 million Latinx people that make-up over 18.1 percent of the country’s population. We will repeat over and over again, until those who have to power to change the status quo do something about it, #representationmatters.
In the meantime, here are 5 cult classics by Latinx directors, to breathe life into your stale Netflix cue.
1) Y Tu Mamá También
If you haven’t seen Alfonso Cuarón‘s 2001 indie film turned cult classic, Y Tu Mamá También, you’re in for a fun ride. Literally. It’s a film about a whirlwind of a road trip, set against the socio-politico climate of Mexico in the late
2) Pan’s Labyrinth
Odds are, you’ve already seen are heard about Guillermo Del Toro’s, Pan’s Labyrinth. If not, you’ve been missing out on what might soon become one of your favorite films, especially if you loved The Shape Of Water.
3) La Bamba
4) Wild Tales
Damián Szifron, Wild tales is the
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