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Many of us who are obsessed with movies know about the Criterion Collection – we may even own a number of their DVDs, Blu-Rays or box sets if we’re lucky enough to afford them. However, a glance through their titles will reveal a lack of love for Latin American cinema. There are only a small handful of titles like Lucrecia Martel’s La Cienega and Guillermo del Toro’s Cronos represented in the dozens of titles from Europe or Asia and slim offerings from Africa.
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Frenzied fans have turned Netflix’s Spanish-language melodrama La casa de las flores into a social media phenomenon in a matter of days. Director Manolo Caro’s series starring Mexican diva Verónica Castro and centered on a secretive, affluent family in Mexico City debuted in early August. Since then, an avalanche of memes, tweets, and Instagram posts have proven that audiences are obsessed with the show.
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