Tough drama set in the grim underworld of Argentinaâ(TM)s insurance trade, where shady â~lawyersâ(TM) sniff out accidents like Caranchos (Vultures) in the hope of legally representing the victims and claiming the majority of their payouts. The narrative centres on Sosa, a once legit lawyer now chasing ambulances for cases, and LujÃ¡n, a young paramedic new to the corruption of her profession. Both are lonely characters, and both retain a degree of mystery. Performances from the two leads are solid, and the narrative is left to gradually develop without being spelt out â" but at times it feels on a par with a higher end TV movie, as opposed to a cinematic release; but this is due to the claustrophobic nature of the cinematography. It is mainly set at night under the orange glow of streetlights, and there are barely any wide shots. It is this atmosphere of the film that imprints on you more than the story and you feel like youâ(TM)ve been through the hospitals and backstreets of the city. That being said there is a fantastic degree of tension in the final reel, and as the characters make a rare switch to daylight you are fully invested in the outcome â" and the hope of better days and redemption.