‘The flower’, the longest of the movies of the story, comes to Netflix by the coronavirus


12 hours are that you’re going to need to have free to see ‘The flower’, the cult film by the argentine director Mariano Llinás. And we know that you have, what else you got better to do right now. The tape of 720 minutes, divided into three parts of 240 minutes each, is available on Netflix up until 30 march.

The flower

The projection of ‘The flower’ in the Locarno festival was divided into eight episodes, in Spain in 3 blocks and you will see on Netflix. The director points to The Country that has not been on digital platforms until now but “at the beginning of this week I understood that the whole population is being asked confinement, and we have a movie very long, which can help, such as a grain of sand, that isolation is more bearable in the houses.

The argentine states that have not offered the viewing to the letter up until now, because “their viewing so it is much less fun than in rooms where you can produce an event communal transcendent, emotive, in that they will have things thrilling for your spectators. That happens much less in the jelly on demand. Now, I have reflected, and I will say again seen the welcome euphoric on Twitter. If I upgrade the existence of the people, I am pleased to. As in a war, everyone does what he knows best to help”.

What is ‘The flower’

The structure with which it is constructed ‘The flower’ is unique due to its separation into six episodes differentiated. All the episodes share a single characteristic in common, the four actresses starring. Everything else changes, and a distinction is made between one episode and another. The first is a history of series B. The second, a musical, with touches of mystery. A film of spies, the third party. After this, a tribute to the film in all its glory. In the fifth revisits a classic of French cinema. The last talks about women captives in the NINETEENTH century. The actresses who bring this production to the small screen are Pilar Gamboa, Elisa Carricajo, Laura Walls and Valeria Correa. A decade is the time that it took to produce this tape, and 12 hours is the one that will accompany us in this long history.