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Directed by Lisandro Alonso
Film Movement
146 Minutes
Argentina, France, Portugal, Germany, Mexico
English, Lakota, Portuguese
Not Rated

Traversing time, space and genre, Argentinian filmmaker Lisandro Alonso (JAUJA) presents an elliptical meditation on the experiences of indigenous communities across the Americas. Opening in a dusty town of the Old West, reality soon transitions to contemporary South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation before finally landing in the jungles of 1970s Brazil. As the triptych unfolds, each temporal and spatial shift provokes metaphysical questions about colonial influence on native peoples and the ever-present tensions between indigeneity and the Western world. Featuring three-time Academy Award nominee Viggo Mortensen, EUREKA is a graceful refraction of history and place, marking it Alonso’s “most expansive and ambitious film to date” (Screen Anarchy).

Director & Cast

  • Director: Lisandro Alonso
  • Starring: Viggo Mortensen
  • Starring: Chiara Mastroianni
  • Starring: Alaina Clifford
  • Starring: Sadie LaPointe
  • Starring: Viilbjørk Malling Agger

Where to Watch




  • "Rich... in visual and ambient pleasures. [B]ristles with agile ideas and inventive image-making...."
    Guy Lodge, Variety
  • "Pure arthouse bliss. It’s stunning."
    David Fear, Rolling Stone
  • "Heady, intoxicating...."
    Keith Uhlich, Slant Magazine
  • "There is a sort of sensory perception, a feeling that through drifting downstream along the river course of this film and gazing at the foliage on either bank, some progress of the soul is being achieved. It is an enriching experience."
    Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
  • "Alonso’s latest is his most ambitious: a tripartite film, Eureka sides not with the white strangers in strange lands that had long peopled Alonso’s oeuvre, but with the native communities facing these invaders."
    Leonardo Goi, The Film Stage
  • "His most expansive and ambitious film to date. "
    Dustin Chang, Screen Anarchy
  • "Alonso stitches indigenous stories and experiences across centuries and continents to create a mystical mobius strip of a film."
    Leslie Felperin, Financial TImes