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From the moment he arrived on the film scene seventeen years ago with his debut feature Japón, Mexican filmmaker Carlos Reygadas has been the complete package: a mature and accomplished artist who is both contemporary with countrymen Cuarón, del Toro, and Iñárritu and operating on his own plane - earning his place as "the one-man third wave of Mexican cinema." His previous films include Silent Night (2007) and Post Tenebras Lux (2012), awarded the Jury Prize and Best Director at Cannes Film Festival. Armed with a full arsenal of aesthetic and narrative tools and persistently fearless in their realignment, he has consistently traversed new cinematic territory for himself and within movie history.
San Sebastián International Film Festival 2018, Nominee, Horizons Award ~ Carlos Reygadas
São Paulo International Film Festival 2018, Winner, Critics Award, Best Foreign Film ~ Carlos Reygadas
Venice Film Festival 2018, Nominee, Golden Lion, Best Film ~ Carlos Reygadas
Mexican director Carlos Reygadas has always excelled in discomforting audiences, even since 2002 debut feature 'Japón,' but 'Our Time' ('Nuestro Tiempo'), his first feature in five years, is uncomfortable viewing for another reason: it’s the account of a sexually tormented marital relationship, and ...