Actors Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna sat down to talk to Criterion about their experiences making Y tu mamá también with director Alfonso Cuarón for our release of the 2001 film. In this clip, they discuss finding a chemistry and shared vocabulary between their characters and how important it was for the movie that they already had a strong friendship.
Is Fassbinder’s Working-Class TV Drama Effective as Political Art?
A public-television commission intended to raise class consciousness, Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day inspired heated debates about its political orientation.
In the Words of Tarkovsky
In this contemplative moment from a documentary about Andrei Tarkovsky, the elusive master explains how he tried to conjure an immersive vision of painter Andrei Rublev’s world.