‘First Cow’, best foreign film according to critics

Before the gold rush, the myth of the frontier or the time when the historical imagination of States far from being united was forged. That’s where Kelly Reichardt takes us in her latest book, a demystifying and thoughtful western that subverts the genre to tell the story of a friendship born out of nowhere that personifies the American dream – and the genesis of capitalism. modern. – on a cow named Eva. A daily portrait, anchored in the particular reading of the landscape of the filmmaker, which convinced the Spanish critics, reinforcing the innovative turn of this edition.

These are the results of the votes of the critics convened by FOTOGRAMAS* to choose the best foreign film of the year:

“First Cow” by Kelly Reichardt. 108 votes

“The Power of the Dog” by Jane Campion. 83 votes

Little Mom by Céline Sciamma. 80 votes

“Titanium”, by Julia Ducournau. 78 votes

‘Annette’, by Leos Carax. 51 votes

Westside Story by Steven Spielberg. 46 votes

“It was the hand of God”, by Paolo Sorrentino. 38 votes

‘Malmkrog’, by Cristi Puiu. 38 votes

“The Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy”, by Ryūsuke Hamaguchi. 37 votes

Nomadland by Chloe Zhao. 35 votes

‘Rizi/Days’, by Tsai Ming-liang. 31 votes

“The Woman Who Got Away” by Hong Sang-soo. 29 votes

The French Chronicle by Wes Anderson. 26 voices

“A Promising Young Woman” by Emerald Fennell. 26 voices

‘Another Round’, by Thomas Vinterberg. 24 voices

“The Last Duel”, by Ridley Scott. 23 votes

“The Card Counter” by Paul Schrader. 20 votes

Benedetta by Paul Verhoeven. 18 voices

‘Quo Vadis, Aida?’, by Jasmila Zbanic. 18 voices

“Jaws”, by Quentin Dupieux. 17 votes

“Malicious”, by James Wan. 15 votes

“The things we say, the things we do”, by Emmanuel Mouret. 14 voices

“Boarding!”, by Guillaume Brac. 13 votes

Spencer, by Pablo Larrain. 13 votes

The Velvet Underground by Todd Haynes. 13 votes

‘Time’, by M. Night Shyamalan. 12 voices

Lamb, by Valdimar Jóhannsoon. 11 votes

“Last Night in Soho” by Edgar Wright. 11 votes

Dune by Denis Villeneuve. 9 votes

‘Horsemen of Justice’, by Anders Thomas Jensen. 9 votes

“Three Floors”, by Nani Moretti. 9 votes

“Don’t Look Up” by Adam McKay. 8 voices

Supernova by Harry Macqueen. 7 votes

*The 72 critics voted for his five films, domestic and foreign, in order of preference (from 5 to 1 points). Only those who have obtained at least 7 points appear in the lists of these pages

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