“Neruda” Features Gael García Bernal Chasing After One Of Chile’s Icons

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Making a movie about a poet seems like it could be a difficult sell, but in the hands of skilled, award winning Pablo Larraín, “Neruda” easily climbs to the top of this years’ finest movies.  Gael Garcia Bernal, not one to comment on his own movies, put modesty aside, saying, “I rarely dare to talk about [the quality] of films I’m in, but this, a very good film.” And critics agree. As of this post, it holds a 100 percent fresh rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. While much has been written about the life of Neruda over the years, Chilean filmmaker Larraín took a decidedly different approach to the movie, calling it the “anti-bio.” Larraín decided to refrain from making a typical “cradle to grave” movie, and instead decided to capture the poet during one of the most important, legacy defining years of his life. “Neruda” looks like a typical “cat-and-mouse” chase between a cop and a poet, but the film is about more, ultimately a story of oppression versus art. “Neruda” was released in Chile in August, and is coming to the U.S. on December 16th.

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This Mexican Donut Shop Disappears Every Couple Of Weeks And Fans Love It

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This Mexican Donut Shop Disappears Every Couple Of Weeks And Fans Love It

FOMO (fear of missing out) is the inspiration behind a donut shop in Monterrey, Mexico.

Because everyone hates not being invited especially when it relates to food.

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The Secret Donut Society is a donut shop that disappears every couple of weeks without giving their costumers a heads up… Just to appear weeks later at a new location… Just to then do it all over again.

Most people would consider this business suicide but it seems to be working just fine for The Secret Donut Society.

The owners (who have never showed their faces) say they started the shop to prove a new business concept.

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They were even featured in “Shark Tank Mexico.”

Because duh, people want to be a part of something secret, even if it’s just a donut shop.

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This secret society is like the Illuminati for people that like carbs. (me)

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We don’t make this stuff up, people!

Customers are given clues on social media to help them find the new location.

But you’re not, under any circumstances, allowed to share that information… Or you’ll be kicked out of the club.

The only thing fans can say is “I hereby declare to keep the secret alive.”

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I shall be loyal to the donut. #thesecretdonutsociety

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Remember, we’re talking about donuts here.

Whether you agree or disagree with their tactics, you can’t argue that these look bomb.

So…can we join?

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