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Quiet, subtle and slightly exasperating.
Belmonte bases its style and themes on the unresolved and turns the conventions of a kind of history that seemed to have already given it all. [Full Review in Spanish]
The conclusion is simple. Belmonte does not want to be narrated, he wants to sink in the suicidal suffering in which he himself has decided to enter. [Full Review in Spanish]
With its fragmented glimpses of the life of a middle-aged male artist, it's never quite apparent where the film is heading, or what it has on its mind.
[Belmonte is] a strange and mysterious film. [Full review in Spanish]
Belmonte is both a tender portrait of a single father trying to connect with his young daughter and a quirky portrait of a borderline tormented artist.
Belmonte, offers a very particular vision of male fatigue and a portrait of the artist who wants to remain whole, as bold as his pictorial work, full of phalluses that struggle agonizingly to stay erect. [Full Review in Spanish]
Belmonte is a film about a male artist who values his family life as much as his art, if not more. It's not only refreshing: it's genuinely sexy.
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