La Flor

La Flor

Mariano Llinás / 2018 / 14h 28m (3 parts) / Argentina

A decade in the making, Mariano Llinás’s La Flor is an unrepeatable labor of love and madness that redefines the concept of binge viewing. Filmed around the world, La Flor is composed of six distinct episodes, each starring the same four actresses: from a monster movie to a musical to a spy thriller to a remake of a French classic. Hailed by critics and selected to numerous ten best lists, La Flor is an epic adventure in scale and imagination, a wildly entertaining and addictive ode to the power of storytelling.



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→ Read Mariano Llinás’ 10 favorite films list

  • "An astonishment... a dazzling collision of stories and genres, flashbacks and voiceovers, games and riddles… extraordinary... sweeping and addictive… the definition of a must-see."

    — Justin Chang, LA Times
  • "The Best Film of the Year! For nearly fourteen hours, this protean magnum opus, held together by an extraordinary quartet of actresses, immerses us in the pleasures of densely detailed fiction."

    — Melissa Anderson, Artforum
  • "One of the Ten Best Films of the Year. It’s thrilling to watch the four actresses’ performances and personas blossom as each episode unfolds."

  • “A marvel. La Flor is like nothing else you’ll see this year — or next year, last year, or any other year. A singular experience.”

    — Michael Nordine, The Wrap
  • "One of the Ten Best Films of the Year! As ambitious as anything released in the past decade, let alone year."

    Slant Magazine
  • “One of the 25 best Latin American films of the decade (#2)! A remarkable and mad-capped feat… A singular achievement… One of the years most compulsively watchable and exuberantly epic films.” Remezcla

    Cinema Tropical
  • “A love letter to cinema itself. The movie earns its length, and will fully reward anyone willing to take it on.”

    — Dan Schindel, Hyperallergic
  • “A labor of love and obsession by the Argentine filmmaker Mariano Llinás… There are touches of the playful, philosophical fantasizing of Raúl Ruiz. A touch of Buñuel. Hints of Borges and Bolaño.”

    — A.O. Scott, The New York Times
  • “Grade: A. A landmark in filmmaking.”

    — Leonardo Goi, The Film Stage
  • “A triumph. A colossal artistic achievement by a filmmaker who can be declared genius, mad, or an impostor (or all of them). It’s predestined to inspire a well-deserved cult.”

    — Guillermo Lopez Meza, Film Forward
  • “Extraordinary. One of contemporary cinema’s great collaborative undertakings.”

    — Jordan Cronk, Cinema Scope
  • "The mere fact of its existence is cause for amazement, but even more astonishing is the impression that it is just the tip of an iceberg—that it could keep going, a never-ending film."

    — Dennis Lim, Film Comment
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