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Ripstein allows long stretches to go by in near-silence, gradually letting the tension build as the SUV travels farther south, deeper into potentially dangerous territory.
600 Miles doesn't generate the level of nail-biting suspense one expects here, languishing in lengthy driving scenes and other bits of mundane storytelling.
It avoids being explanatory, but the brief strokes that it outlines make it possible to get closer to its characters... [Full review in Spanish]
A film that constantly questions several issues like law, arm trafficking and a greater evil: the ease of getting them in the United States. [Full review in Spanish]
600 Miles plays with the viewers expectations just to reminds us that arms trafficking isn't heroic or epic, and that violence is born because of the inequities of the capitalist system in the United States. [Full review in Spanish]
A movie as unsettling as it is deep. [Full review in Spanish]
The films starts and ends with two powerful sequences. Gabriel Ripstein bleeds cinema. [Full review in Spanish]
A Mexican road movie that feels like a Belgian thriller. [Full review in Spanish]
A heartbreaking portrait of arms trafficking in the Mexico/US border. [Full review in Spanish]
A noteworthy exercise in style, with longshots that involve the spectator with the events on screen and a clear example that a long running time isn't necessary to explore characters efficiently. [Full review in Spanish]
Following the tropes of a road movie, the story opens up to explore the main characters on their trip for survival, blood, and death. [Full review in Spanish]
Ripstein avoids using stereotypes when creating his characters, even when using the most feared one in Mexico right now: Narcos. [Full review in Spanish]
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