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Xphilo Liranzo Contributor
@ Xphilo.com
Journalist, freelance writer. Born in the Dominican Republic, lives in Toronto since 2016 and previously lived in Montréal for two years. Film analyst, novelist, author of two novels in process of editing. He writes reviews of movies, books, and music albums. He is also interested in psychology, sociology, neuroscience, history, sports, health, and well-being. He has some experience in filmmaking (directing and as a screenwriter). Passionate about languages, he is fluent in English, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. He is also able to read and speak German (intermediate level) and Mandarin (Basic level). You can find most of his articles and reviews on his website: Xphilo.com
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PANORAMAS DEL CINE CANADIENSE
‘Bon Cop Bad Cop’: Ontario y Quebec

‘Bon Cop Bad Cop’ es una de las películas canadienses más populares y taquilleras de la última década. Se trata de un film que cumple con todos los requisitos del género policiaco vinculado a la comedia. La pareja de policías encarna a la Canadá francófona y anglófona, y es ahí donde reside su interés como parodia de un país demasiado diverso para ser resumido en un puñado de estereotipos.

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PANORAMAS DEL CINE CANADIENSE
‘Exotica’: A Torontonian Picture

‘Exotica’ is a 1994 Canadian drama film set primarily in and around the fictional Exotica strip club in Toronto. It is written and directed by Atom Egoyan and the film proved to be a major box office success for English Canadian cinema, and received positive reviews. It won numerous awards, including the FIPRESCI Prize at the Cannes Film Festival and eight Genie Awards, including Best Motion Picture.

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PANORAMAS DEL CINE CANADIENSE
‘Mon oncle Antoine’ y la revolución tranquila de Quebec

El cine canadiense es un fiel reflejo de la compleja y diversa composición de su sociedad. Aunque ensombrecido en demasiadas ocasiones por la poderosa industria cinematográfica de su vecino, la producción nacional destaca por su calidad, la profundidad intelectual de sus temáticas y la aspiración a un universo creativo con un identidad propia. En esta nueva sección, el crítico Xphilo Liranzo nos conduce por la historia del cine canadiense a través de sus películas más representativas.

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