Foreign Chops #15: Spain

by Robert Gannon · September 5, 2013 · Chops and Scores, Featured, Features, Foreign Chops · 2 Comments

Robert from Sketchy Details back with another edition of Foreign Chops. This month, we’re exploring the cinema of Spain with a lot of great writing from LAMB members. The most popular film was The Skin I Live In and, unsurprisingly, Pedro Almodóvar was the most popular director (though Luis Buñuel got some love, too). Check out the links and stay tuned for the next Foreign Chops announcement.

Abre los ojos
Film Forager

All About My Mother
Mr Rumsey’s Film Related Musings

Belle Epoque
Tips from Chip

Biutiful
YAM Magazine

Blancanieves
YAM Magazine

El Calentito
Film Forager

Cell 211
Film Forager

Death of a Cyclist
Cinemaburm

The Devil’s Backbone
Film Forager

Los hijos del viento
YAM Magazine

Land without Bread
1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Pan’s Labyrinth
Tips from Chip

The Perfect Crime
Cinematic Catharsis

The Skin I Live In
Cinematic Catharsis
Sketchy Details
YAM Magazine

Timecrimes
Tips from Chip

Viridiana
Film Forager

Volver
Tips from Chip

Wrinkles
YAM Magazine

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2 Responses to Foreign Chops #15: Spain

  1. Colin Biggs says:

    The Skin I Live In is absolutely fantastic for those who haven’t seen it yet.

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