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There are no big surprises in Caetano's film, which plays out exactly as ordained, only a sense of life at its most precarious and real.
Packs a wallop that belies its humble origins.
This film, Mr. Caetano's feature-length directorial debut, has an emotional integrity that's concise and direct.
Virtually plot-free, the movie's organic cultivation of Argentina's economic tension and ethnophobic woes ... is smooth as silk.
A compelling parable told in a realistic manner about a gentle illegal immigrant from Bolivia.
Caetano tells his story with a gritty nerve and eye for surly detail,
Far more exhilarating than depressing. Watching a great storyteller like writer/director Adrián Caetano craft such a simple and startling tale offers a source of great pleasure.
A dazzling display of style and verve.
Bolivia is a riveting slice-of-life drama set in Buenos Aires that presents a harrowing look at urban poverty and the explosive impact of the hatred of foreigners.
Starkly beautiful debut feature exploring the human face of Latin America's economic crisis.
Exposes both the economic and sexual exploitation of illegal workers, and the way in which hatred and ethnic scape goating are the inevitable -- and inevitably tragic -- result of economic crisis.
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