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Director Tobias Nolle's first full-length film is a tense, dark thriller that delves into contemporary issues of digital isolation, technology, surveillance and privacy.
Director Tobias Nölle's pretty camera work can't save this film from being an utter chore.
The film is so overloaded with a certain formal exhibitionism that turns out to be a distraction from its spinal weakness. [Full review in Spanish]
The director describes the story in a dry and extremely precision, turning over its protagonist. [Full review in Spanish]
A prodigious prime opera that seems written and filmed with the language of imagination. Brilliant and hypnotic. [Full review in Spanish]
As a first go, Aloys showcases Nölle's superior technical abilities, but the script stammers to an end that only a director who also wrote the film could create.
Nodding to The Conversation, this is an intriguingly controlled, highly original thriller.
An odd, stylish little film, reminiscent of Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind.
Austere yet fanciful, it is a haunting vision of loneliness and escape.
Nölle's greatest achievement is to keep the magic realist realm firmly anchored to the real so that reality feels touched by imagination rather than smothered by it.
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