‘I’m not here anymore’ and two other Latin films seek the Oscar

The Mexican film, “I’m not here anymore”, next to “The mole agent” from Chile and “La llorona” from Guatemala, remain in the fight to win the Oscar nomination for best international film.

These three films were announced by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences within the finalists in her category. The Academy also announced other categories; which will be voted by its members to enter the final race.

The film “I’m not here anymore” has received many compliments from international specialists, as it tells a story very close to reality. On the other hand, it should be noted that “The mole agent” is also among the finalists for best documentary.

The rest of the films that compete in this category and that will be voted are:

  • Quo Vadis, Aida ?, from Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Charlatan, from the Czech Republic
  • Druk (Another Round), from Denmark
  • Deux from France
  • Shaonian de ni (Better Days) from Hong Kong
  • Khorshid (Sun Children), from Iran
  • La nuit des rois (The night of the kings), from Ivory Coast
  • Hope from Norway
  • Colectiv, from Romania
  • Dorogie Tovarishchi (Dear Comrades), from Russia
  • Yangguang puzhao (A Sun), from Taiwan
  • The Man Who Sold His Skin, from Tunisia

Mexico has competed eight times to win the academy statuette, and in 2019, Rome Alfonso Cuarón won the award.

On March 15, the official nominees for the 93rd Oscar Awards will be announced. The event will take place on April 25.

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