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It's a bit of a shaggy dog story, with threads that go nowhere, but nobody's in a hurry, and it's easy to go along for the ride.
[Juan Villegas'] vulnerability is so unforced that you can't help being touched.
How do you say 'shaggy-dog story' in Spanish?
From the director of Historias Minimas comes another wonderfully modest and gentle film, this time about a man, a dog, trust and libido.
Sorin takes us off the beaten track, out of the cosmopolitan cities and into the rough, rural heart of Patagonia, lending authenticity to the fictional plot with his use of real locations and a non-professional cast.
...an optimistic road movie in the vast empty stretches of Patagonia, about a man and a dog. This is not so much acting skill as casting brilliance.
Just so much mileage can be squeezed from repeated gestures, wavy two-lane roads, shots through spattered windshields, and faces so framed as to be cut off above the hairline.
A bittersweet tale of dreams dashed and kindness rewarded in dog-eat-dog Patagonia.
Though this slim but likeable tale is light on surprises, there's a terrific one in store when Bombon finally comes of age.
Lightly done but with a depth worthy of drama.
Grabs the warm humanist baton from Sorin's Minimal Stories and heads straight for an existential finish line.
A very simple story and a very uplifting one. The lead Juan Villegas (who, like most of the rest of the cast is not a professional) gives a great subtle, captivating performance. Overall a very charming film
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