Two Embraces (Dos Abrazos) (2007)
Mexican director Enrique Begne's drama Two Embraces (AKA Dos Abrazos, 2007) follows four lonely and disenfranchised urbanites in contemporary Mexico City: a preteen boy under tremendous emotional strain, the pretty cashier with whom he is infatuated, an enraged and embittered cabbie, and the estranged daughter of one of his fares. Per the film's title, these characters pair off, finding unexpected hope and salvation in one another. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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The film has good production value - way better than expected - and both stories, especially the second one, had potential. Yet it doesn't deliver anything. The film is one more in the long list of filmmakers who confuse silent moments for depth and raw emotion.More
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