La Flor

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A decade in the making, Mariano Llinás's La Flor is an unrepeatable labor of love and madness that redefines the concept of binge viewing. The director himself shows up at the start to preview the six episodes that await, each starring the same four remarkable actresses: Elisa Carricajo, Valeria Correa, Pilar Gamboa, and Laura Paredes. Overflowing with nested subplots and whiplash digressions, La Flor shapeshifts from a B-movie to a musical to a spy thriller to a category-defying metafiction- all of them without endings- to a remake of a very well-known French classic and, finally, to an enigmatic period piece that lacks a beginning (granted, all notions of beginnings and endings become fuzzy after 14 hours). An adventure in scale and duration, La Flor is a wildly entertaining exploration of the possibilities of fiction that lands somewhere close to its outer limits.


  • Elisa Carricajo
  • Valeria Correa
  • Pilar Gamboa
  • Laura Paredes
  • Esteban Lamothe
  • Pablo Seijo
  • Luciana Acuña
  • Eugenia Alonso
  • Esteban Bigliardi
  • Federico Buso

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Aug 2, 2019

Watching La Flor is like being on the last legs of a road trip with a group of people you’ve grown increasingly alienated from. Look at the happy artists, they’re having fun playing with themselves; good for them, can I go home now?

Metacritic review by Simon Abrams
Simon Abrams
Aug 1, 2019

The arc of La Flor’s first three episodes, in particular, suggests someone continually working and reworking the film of their dreams, adjusting the tone, the approach, the narrative twists and the emotional intensity on the fly.

Metacritic review by Keith Uhlich
Keith Uhlich
Slant Magazine
Jul 31, 2019

Everything about La Flor — that financiers agreed to bankroll it, Llinás and his team were able to complete it, and festivals, distributors, and exhibitors are now screening it — is a marvel. Anyone with a disdain for the studio system’s endless parade of franchises (and with 14 hours) to spare would do well to give it their undivided attention.

Metacritic review by Michael Nordine
Michael Nordine