Ahora o Nunca features Dani Rovira and Clara Lago
ViendoMovies premieres from Mexico, Peru, Spain, and Uruguay during March
27 de febrero de 2018
ViendoMovies announces nine releases during March 2018. This selection of new films includes nominated and award-winning films featuring high-profile artists.
Los Hamsters, Mi Mejor Regalo, and Danza de Luna are but the start for those who love Mexican cinema. Los Hamsters is a light comedy about a family in Tijuana that in spite of living under the same roof, appearing to be very traditional, hide a lot of secrets from each other creating a fertile backdrop for comedy!
Another comedy in this lineup is Mi Mejor Regalo. This movie tells the story of Daniel, the unexpected recipient of shocking news: he is the father of an 8-year old girl. As he learns to be a father, his life changes in funny and surprising ways. In contrast to these comedies, Danza de Luna is a powerful drama that focuses on the obsessive relationship between Martín and Osana, both of them are trying to begin a new relationship even though they are not completely over their exes.
Spanish cinema also shines bright this month with: Ahora o Nunca, El Club de los Incomprendidos, El Desconocido, and La Ignorancia de la Sangre. Directed by María Ripoll, the romantic-comedy Ahora o Nunca features Dani Rovira and Clara Lago, who share the screen again after their huge success, Ocho Apellidos Vascos.
One of the most anticipated premiers this month is Magallanes, written and directed by well- known Peruvian actor Salvador del Solar. This acclaimed film is a political thriller based on Alonso Cueto’s novel La Pasajera, revealing not only the moral crisis the protagonist's faces but also the stress of a whole nation. This movie has received 15 awards and 13 nominations from diverse international film festivals such as The Havana Film Festival, Washington DC Film Fest, Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival, among others.
To conclude the list is the Uruguayan thriller Detrás de la Verdad that follows the journey of two journalists who come together with a former secret service agent to uncover and publicize the crimes committed by the military regime during the 70s and 80s.