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If you are looking for a film to disconnect for a while and then be able to discuss it with family and friends, the film Nuevos cineastas is your ideal candidate.
The film had the opportunity to shine in theaters in year 1989 and it succeeded.
The years of training and experience of the actors and actresses Kevin Bacon, Emily Longstreth, J.T. Walsh, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michael McKean are evident in the final result.

We could say that the mission of the film director is to supervise all the tasks of the film and make important decisions for it. This task has been possible thanks to Christopher Guest.
100 min. is the length of the movie.
Although the cinema is very widespread throughout the Earth, this film comes to us from United States.

Do you want to know who has given life to the script of the film? The writing team has been led by Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, Michael Varhol.
The production company Aspen Film Society has achieved excellent results thanks to its initial bet on this story.
David Nichtern and his team have managed to make the soundtrack of this film envelop you in the evolution of the events and enhance the sensations.

The person in charge of making sure that all the photographic elements fit together perfectly was Jeff Jur.
This film is one of the feature films that are of the Comedy, Drama genre.


Critics Nuevos cineastas

Underrated 80s movie. Entertaining, if somewhat overdone, Hollywood Expo: Player meets Play it Again, Sam. Great movie
Wow, my phone smells !! Beware of the Hollywood machine. Saw this at the tiny Larkspur (CA) Theater on its very limited release in 1989
Terribly funny and Terribly true. Martin Short is the center of attention in four immortal scenes. An early Genius Guest winner
Bacon 'n' Guest, doing his best! Got me rolling ... great photos
Life imitates comedy on the set of The Big Picture. Innocent movie about innocence. You like the movies?
Kevin makes it work. A fun look at the movie business. Satirical and uplifting and dark too
Well, but not quite a comedy. The big picture is a Hollywood insider sham. Christopher Guest becomes real
An underrated film to be rediscovered. An excellent comedy. Unknown Bacon film about the filmmaking process
Classic overlooked
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