Beatrix At Dinner, Directed by Miguel Arteta

This is by far one of Salma Hayek’s finest performances, one I’ve been referring to as Salma Unplugged. She’s natural, beautiful and outstanding in this look at capitalism in its boorish form from a perspective outside the gated shelter of wealth.

This film makes you cringe-laugh, gasp and feel an enormous sense of sadness for it depicts something we are all too familiar with these days, greed, and issues that divide many.

Not a film many will say they enjoyed but it’s certainly one many will remember.  And I will be shocked if Salma hasn’t earned herself some award dominations with this raw performance.

Worth seeing and I am sure we will see more of this genre….what shall we call it?

 

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