Uruguayan movies tend to be slow burners with lots of critical acclaim. The Guru invites you to put your feet up and enjoy five of the best Uruguayan films.
Montevideo has around more than a dozen movie theatres including 3 non-profit movie theatres. Movies are subtitled so no dubbing.
Fede Alvarez’s horror film Don’t Breathe became the toast of Hollywood, 6 years after a video he made depicting an alien attack on Montevideo went viral.
Uruguay films are characterised as “slow-burns” but this debut film is a hilarious explosion of comedy, martial arts, body-building & tuned-up Chevettes.