...by the time the end rolls around and the final twist has been revealed, it doesn't seem entirely plausible.
How do you figure? I mean Juan (Sebastian) and his girlfriend had it carefully planned out, add a little luck, and it worked out for them. Things almost never go according to plan in real life, so why should they in movies? This is probably the best movie to come out of Argentina in the last decade, which I know isn't saying much, but it is definitely fresh.
Aug 2 - 07:40 AM
well your a dick brain, it's a fine movie.
Jan 1 - 06:22 PM
agreed. as another reviewer puts it, the final twist spoils it all. it's strange to see so many cinics, I mean critics, fawning over this.
Jun 26 - 06:25 PM
The end does not seem plausible, but do you really think the rest of it does? I don't think the purpose of the film is to be realistic, but to portray the mentality that many people living in Buenos Aires have (especially after the crisis in 2001), and the mistrust, not just in Argentina, but around the world that so many have for others. E
Oct 12 - 08:08 PM