1. The Motorcycle Diaries (Diarios de motocicleta)
2. The Islanders (Los isleros)
3. Pretenders (Los simuladores)
4. Waiting for the Hearse (Esperando la carroza)
5. Nine Queens (Nueve reinas)
6. God Reward You (Dios se lo pague)
7. The Secret in Their Eyes (El secreto de sus ojos)
8. Rosaura at 10 o'clock (Rosaura a las Diez)

9. River of Blood (Las aguas bajan turbias)
10. The Official Story (La historia oficial)
11. The Hour of the Furnaces (La hora de los hornos)
12. End of Innocence (La casa del ángel)
13. Son of the Bride (El hijo de la novia)
14. Man Facing Southeast (Hombre mirando al sudeste)
15. La Fiaca
16. A Place in the World (Un lugar en el mundo)
17. Rebellion in Patagonia (La Patagonia rebelde)
18. Time for Revenge (Tiempo de revancha)
19. The Truce (La tregua)
20. The Aura (El Aura)
21. Martin
22. Extraordinary Stories (Historias extraordinarias)
24. The Method (El método)
25. The Dark Side of the Heart (El lado oscuro del corazón)

26. Burnt Money (Plata quemada)
27. Ashes from Paradise (Cenizas del paraíso)
28. Common Places (Lugares comunes)
29. Intimate Stories (Historias mínimas)
30. XXY
32. Olympic Garage (Garage Olimpo)
33. The Aerial (La antena)

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Chitta Ranjan Biswal said...

The Motorcycle Diaries
The Secret in Their Eyes


Anonymous said...

-Últimos días de la víctima (1982)Adolfo Aristarain
-La tregua (1974) Sergio Renán

Raúl Santos López said...
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Raúl Santos López said...

May I suggest Chinese Take-Away? The original title is Un cuento chino. It is an Argentinian-Spanish movie. According to this website belonging to the Spanish Ministry of Culture it has a 60% Spanish contribution. Nonetheless, I would consider it mainly an Argentinian film because firstly, the director (Sebastián Borensztein) and members of the cast are Argentinian. Additionally, filming locations are both in Argentina and Spain, but the events of the plot happen wholly in Argentina.

This film is a hilarious comedy that I would recommend...