'Nieve Negra' Premieres On Netflix, Plus 10 Latino Films To Watch

Nieve Negra
"Nieve Negra" is a film from Argentina that is now available on the streaming platform. Netflix

"Nieve Negra" is a new offering on Netflix that is now streaming on the platform. Members will be the first to watch the mystery, crime drama directed by Martín Hodara before U.S. theatrical release. The film centers around Salvador (Ricardo Darín), a man who, after being accused of killing his brother, decides to live alone in the middle of Patagonia. One day, he receives an unexpected visit from his brother and sister-in-law, who arrive to convince him to sell the lands they share by inheritance, which ultimately cause tension and ghosts from the past to emerge. "Nieve Negra" was released in Argentina in January and topped the box office.

After watching "Nieva Negra" here are 10 Latino film recommendations you can binge on:

1. Toro (Spain)

Ex-con Toro’s brother and former partner in crime makes a desperate plea for help that may put Toro back behind bars… if he survives at all.

2. The Tenth Man (Argentina)

After spending much of his adult life in New York, an affable economist returns home to Buenos Aires and tries to reconnect with his aloof father.

3. Esteros (Argentina)

A decade after being separated, childhood friends Matías and Jerónimo reconnect as adults and find that their mutual attraction hasn’t faded.

4. Smoke & Mirrors (Spain)

Betrayed by the Spanish government he once served, a former secret agent plots to steal millions of dollars embezzled by a corrupt public official.

5. The Fury of a Patient Man (Spain)

After his lover is killed in a jewelry store robbery, quiet José romances café owner Ana, who’s unaware he has other motivations.

6. Chronic (Mexico)

A hospice care nurse whose unfailing devotion to his patients hides his depression and a secret in his own life is forced to confront his past.

7. 7:19 (Mexico)

After a devastating earthquake hits Mexico City, trapped survivors from all walks of life wait to be rescued while trying desperately to stay alive.

8. The Apostate (Spain)

A young man determined to renounce Catholicism by having his baptismal records excised is thwarted by church bureaucracy and his own inner conflicts.

9. My Big Night (Spain)

An unemployed man gets a job as an extra at the shooting of a New Year’s Eve TV special that’s beset by crises and seems to go on forever.

10. The Last Days (Spain)

Marc and Enrique plot to survive on the streets of Barcelona while a fatal type of agoraphobia kills anyone who ventures outdoors.

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.