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Juan Patricio Riveroll's poignant and understated slice-of-life drama Opera observes the unusual relationship that blossoms between two markedly different characters: a young Mexican girl named Marina (Marina Magro) and a much older, distinguished writer named Pablo (Arturo Rios) in the middle of authoring a tourist guide. Marina finds herself unexpectedly smitten with Pablo, and allows the infatuation to draw her away from home and on a lengthy road trip with the belletrist. A great deal of time passes wordlessly, but Marina and Pablo eventually have an encounter at a local bar (while en route) that provides a sudden and most unexpected shock. Meanwhile, numerous unresolved emotions lurk beneath the surface of the couple's experience together. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi