Best new Uruguayan Movies in 2019 & 2018 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & Cinema List)
List of the latest Uruguayan movies in 2019 and the best Uruguayan movies of 2018 & the 2010's. Top Uruguayan movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now.
New Uruguayan movies in 2019 & 2020 in Cinema & on VOD
Top movies up for release in 2019 & 2020 in cinema and on VOD
DIRECTOR: Federico Veiroj CAST: Gonzalo Delgado, Olivia Molinaro Eijo, Jeannette Sauksteliskis, Tomás Wahrmann A humorous portrait of a painter from Montevideo who is about to exhibit his work in the National Museum of Uruguay. He has more urgent matters to attend to though, as he's afraid his daughter is losing her interest in him. Read more Watch the trailer of Belmonte Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Alfredo Soderguit CAST: Federica Lacaño
César Troncoso A ten year old girl, involved in a playground skirmish is given the weirdest punishment ever and the plot follows her wonderful journey while bearing this strange... Read more Watch the trailer of Anina RATING: 72/100 RELEASE DATE: March 20th, 2014 Stream Anina via: ' Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Rodrigo Plá CAST: Néstor Guzzini
Fernando Amaral A family drama that depicts the plight of a woman pushed to the breaking point while looking after her three children on one hand and her eighty year old father on the... Read more Watch the trailer of La Demora RATING: 72/100 RELEASE DATE: January 4th, 2013 Stream La Demora via: ' Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Adrián Biniez CAST: Horacio Camandule
Ignacio Alcuri Biniez interestingly explores themes as stalking and voyeurism in this slow-paced little gem. The antagonist is Jara, a simple supermarket security guard in Montevideo. Trough monitoring the supermarkets’ CCTV, Jara secretly falls in love with Julia, a cleaning worker from the night shift. After a while, lurking behind his screens just doesn’t do it anymore for Jara and he starts following her through the streets of Montevideo. Read more Watch the trailer of Gigante RATING: 69/100 RELEASE DATE: December 4th, 2009 Stream Gigante via: ' Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Álvaro Brechner CAST: Héctor Noguera
Rolf Becker A man, Jacob Kaplan flees from Europe to Uruguay during the 2nd world war and builds a peaceful way of living but one day he finds out about a mysterious German roaming... Read more Watch the trailer of Mr. Kaplan RATING: 65/100 RELEASE DATE: October 19th, 2014 Stream Mr. Kaplan via: ' Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Ana Guevara,Leticia Jorge CAST: Néstor Guzzini
Joaquín Castiglioni Tanta Aqua means as much as ‘so much water’ and indeed, it rains a lot in this film. Divorced father Alberto takes his reluctant children on a little bonding trip to a holiday park. The trip seems to be a disappointment right from the start, as the weather isn’t approving and his children’s’ moods either. A beautiful Uruguayan film about post-divorce family dynamics. Read more Watch the trailer of Tanta Agua RATING: 64/100 RELEASE DATE: March 7th, 2013 Stream Tanta Agua via: ' Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
Uruguay is a modest country in size. Its film production is modest in quantity too and yet there is a handfull of real gems. Please take a look at our favorite Uruguayan movies. It’s easy to overlook Uruguay, locked in between giants Brazil and Argentina. The small country has been coined both Latin America’s Switzerland as Latin America’s old folks home. But it’s not as dreary as these monikers might suggest. Taking the country’s moderate size (approx. 3 million inhabitants) into account, it has a relatively flourishing film industry, and an interesting one too. In the early 2000’s, something like a New Uruguayan Cinema began to take shape, which gained international attention. Its success culminated with Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll winning the Prix du Regard Original Award at the Cannes Festival for Whisky (2003). Ever since, the Uruguayan film industry produces about four films a year, which is not bad at all. What follows is a short list of must-see Uruguay films, in no particular but chronological order.