ARDE MADRID – Review by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Perfectly scripted, cast and performed, this Spanish episodic about Ava Gardner’s sojourn in 1960s Madrid, is a wildly racy and hilariously funny series that sure-handedly weaves together narrative threads as disparate as a sexy stone, a table-top dancing goat and Juan Peron in exile. Hilariously funny, Arde Madrid is a reminder that not all meaningful feminist stories need be told with a sledgehammer.

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Australia’s 2019 Moro Spanish Film Festival – Alexandra Heller-Nicholas reports

As demonstrated by this carefully curated selection of eleven films, the future is bright for Spanish and Latin American women filmmakers and this program is a rare opportunity to see their work presented on the big screen in Australia.

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