Tag: Memories of Underdevelopment

  • One of the Greatest Films Ever Made Is Back on the Big Screen

    Cuban director Tomás Gutiérrez Alea’s Memories of Underdevelopment, from 1968, is one of the greatest pictures ever made, and it’s screening in a new restoration at Film Forum that you shouldn’t miss. Don’t be surprised, however, if what you’re watching doesn’t always look brand-new, or slick, or clean. Though fictional, Alea’s film mixes a variety of forms, incorporating […]