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IN a first-of-its-kind venture, the Crossword and Oxford bookstores are inviting movie buffs to watch critically acclaimed films over the next couple of weeks. 
Every Friday, UTV World Movies will screen a foreign film at Crosswords. Featuring films across different genres, it is bound to be a feast for anyone who wants a slice of the International movie scene, while sipping on a hot cup of coffee. “People appreciate and enjoy watching foreign films,” points out Sameer Ganapathy, UTV World Movies. “Since the Spanish fraternity has given us some of the greatest stories, we decided to start with a Spanish film,” he says. 

Machuca and Nobody is Perfect are some of the Spanish films that will be screened at the Crossword Bookstore. Machuca is a story that is set in a convent in Chile, wherein the principal character tries to create conflicts between the upper and lower classes. 
Nobody is Perfect is a story about three friends challenged by their impairments. They attend a bachelor’s party and realise that nobody is perfect.
Another film that you can watch today is The Motorcycle Diaries that is being screened at the Oxford Bookstore. Organised by Zee English, this film captures Guevara’s memorable motorcycle journey through South America. They start off with the same goals and aspirations, but when the journey is over, it is clear where each man’s destiny is going to lead him. The audience at this screening can also avail of a 10% discount on Che Guevara’s classic book – Motorcycle Diaries.

courtesy : DNA Bangalore

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