What do you do as a filmmaker when you win back to back Best Director Oscars? Well, if you're Mexican auteur Alejandro González Iñárritu, you make BARDO, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths (2022), a film about how hard life can be after winning back to back Best Director Oscars. Much like his fellow Mexican auteurs and friends Alfonso Cuarón and Guillermo Del Toro did, respectively, with Roma (2018) and Pinocchio (2022), Iñárritu went to Netflix to make his most personal film to date about acclaimed journalist and documentarian Silverio Gama (Daniel Giménez Cacho). As Gama embarks on his most personal project to date, he suffers an existential crisis that finds him increasingly turning the camera on himself. The acclaim he earns in the process only exacerbates this crisis, driving him to brink of death as he remembers major and minor incidents from throughout his entire life. In this flick, we're not only treated to the sight of busty newcomer Fabiola Guajardo in a burlesque costume, but Griselda Siciliani bares all during a sex scene that gets broken up a bit when a cgi baby pops out of her just as her husband starts performing cunnilingus! Hey, if all this navel gazing got us at least that one scene, it was worth it all in the end!