Y Tu Mamá También (2001)

It has just occured to me that there is a range of brilliant films available to you for free as long as you’ve got a computer and internet. This makes those films that may be hard to seek out, DVD’s you can’t just afford just yet, films that cinemas just don’t play, anything that you may be interested in almost available to you now. It’s not the same as the cinema experience, but maybe, it could bring you that one step closer to that place where all the films you want to see in the world are playing in that magical cinema that doesn’t exist.

The first film I stumbled across was Alfonso Cuarón’s 2001 classic film Y Tu Mamá También. A road trip film, a coming-of-age social commentry, whatever it is, it is both fused with energy, sexual excitement and drama that plays out before your eyes like a comedy of realism. Check this out if you haven’t seen it before. Turn the lights down, turn the music up and enjoy in the comforts of your home.

Ps. Sometimes watching a movie with your laptop on your bed is a great way to watch a film (albeit, far strung from going into a cinema), however, there are opportunities of plugging your device into a television if that is your prefered viewing designation. Just search how to do it on the internet. Happy travels!


About the anonymous projectionist

just wasting time watching movies, reading movies, staring at lenses and playing around with movie cameras
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