Best new Argentine movies in 2022 & 2021 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & Cinema List)
List of the latest Argentine movies in 2022 and the best Argentine movies of 2021 & the 2010's. Top Argentine movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now.
New Argentine movies in 2022 in Cinema & on VOD
Top movies up for release in 2022 in cinema and on VOD
CAST: Luisana Lopilato, Mauricio Paniagua & Inés Estévez
Manuela Pipa Pelari is a tough woman who has seen a lot of darkness as a police investigator. She unearthed dark secrets and help blow the lid off horrid human trafficking operation. She retires from the force but finds that her work is not over. Though she tries to escape the problems of such a life by retreating to a small town in the North of Argentina, it isn’t long before a corpse turns up and she finds herself pursuing justice. Directed by Alejandro Montiel (Intuition, Perdida), this police crime-thriller stars Paulina García, Inés Estévez, and Ariel Staltari. Read more Watch the trailer of Pipa Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
Best Argentine movies on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ or DVD in 2022
2021, 2020, 2019, 2018 and the 2010's best rated Argentine movies out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ & More).
DIRECTOR: Ana Laura Monserrat, Nahuel Srnec CAST: Jenni Merla, Juan Cruz Márquez de la Serna & Camila Blasco
A young scientist is seeking to prove herself with something that’ll shake up the scientific community. She devises an idea that bears the title of “machine for the aura.” With her research, she hopes to prove the existence of auras that she can see and sense. But with so many doubting her research, she may find her assembly of such a machine cut short by those who doubt her abilities.
Read more Watch the trailer of Máquina para ver el alma Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Andreas Fontana CAST: Fabrizio Rongione, Stéphanie Cléau & Elli Medeiros
Yvan De Wiel has worked in Geneva as a private banker but finds himself in a much different situation amid Argentina’s Junta dictatorship. As an heir to his family bank, Wiel finds himself flying to 1980s Argentina in hopes of tracking down his lost banking partner. But it may not be an easy journey as dark secrets of a corrupt banking system bubble to the surface in this scathing critique of Swiss banks from writer and director Andreas Fontana. Read more Watch the trailer of Azor Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Sebastián Borensztein CAST: Ricardo Darín, Luis Brandoni & Chino Darín
During the Argentinian economic depression (1998-2001), a group of villagers decide to start a agricultural cooperation. When the bank 'freezes' their money, the group decides to take back what is theirs. A fun Argentine heist movie, which brings to mind classics like 'Ocean's 11'. Read more Watch the trailer of Heroic Losers Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Lucrecia Martel CAST: Daniel Giménez Cacho, Lola Dueñas, Matheus Nachtergaele, Juan Minujín
A Historical Drama about the Spanish officer Don Diego de Zama who awaits his transfer to Buenos Aires. It is based on the 1956 novel by Antonio Di Benedetto. Read more Watch the trailer of Zama
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DIRECTOR: Pablo Trapero CAST: Edgar Ramírez, Bérénice Bejo, Joaquín Furriel
Argentinian Eugenia (Bérénice Bejo) has been living and working in Paris for years. When her father falls ill, she returns to her family's estate. Back there, she and her sister resume their troubled relationship. Read more Watch the trailer of La Quietud RATING: 82/100
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Argentine, the land of the tango, steaks and Maradonna. But don’t forget its cinema is pretty interesting too. Scroll down and find out which ones you shouldn’t miss.
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