For their 28th symposium, Reverse Shot asked their "writers to pick a contemporary filmmaker from a Latin American country who they'd like to champion; this could trigger a longer discussion about an oeuvre or an idea on a national cinema—politically, economically, aesthetically—or it could remain a close reading of a film itself. And the director needn't be one of any 'new wave,' just someone who is still working in some capacity."
Only now catching up to this great piece on Let Me In by Jim Emerson.
Below, the top scenes from South Park's amazing parody of Christopher Nolan's retarded Inception:
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