Lucrecia Martel

Lucrecia Martel: ‘History is more arbitrary than science fiction’

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It took the best part of a decade to bring Zama to the big screen. Its writer/director tells us about her epic journey.

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By David Jenkins

Lucrecia Martel’s tale of colonial misadventure in South America is one of the great cinematic achievements of the decade.

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