Honor de Cavalleria is a minimalist, contemplative gem in the recent tradition of Blissfully Yours (a few classics also come to mind but I'd rather not mention them at this point). In order to watch it, one doesn't need to be familiar with Miguel de Cervantes' monumental "Don Quixote," the novel this film primarily borrows its outline from, because "nothing happens." Quixote and Sancho simply travel across the vast Catalan landscape, long enough to allow for various existential /spiritual/ mythological readings. (Expect walkouts!)
En la puta vida is/was a popular Uruguayan effort which made the festival rounds a few years ago. It's intermittently engaging but doesn't do a good job of avoiding the clichs that go along with films that deal with prostitution. Good performance by the lead, though.
Crimen ferpecto has an interesting premise (fate alligns a hotshot salesman with an unattractive co-worker) but the film doesn't exploit it to the fullest. I don't feel strongly about El Aura one way or the other. Same was the case with Nine Queens, the debut feature of late Argentinean filmmaker, Fabin Bielinsky.