Chinese Take-Out (Un cuento chino)2011
Chinese Take-Out (Un cuento chino) (2011)
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Critic Reviews for Chinese Take-Out (Un cuento chino)
It's fun-enough to watch, but it's nothing more than that, even though it seems to want to be.
Darin and Huang are an acting dream team. The film has a heartwarming core shot through with black humor, as director Sebastian Borensztein re-creates the zany calamities recorded in Roberto's scrapbooks.
It is hardly possible to suggest how involving this story becomes. One can see how it could have been a comedy, but this is no comedy.
This sweet little tragicomedy about life's absurdities plays out as a buddy movie in which two damaged men from opposite sides of the world find unexpected common ground.
Little more than yet another foreign title that could be described as 'nice' or 'pleasant' that has been shipped over to indulge local audiences who don't want to have to think much when getting their annual foreign language fix.
Audience Reviews for Chinese Take-Out (Un cuento chino)
A delightful film that is not only hilarious but also surprisingly touching, and it never succumbs to cheap melodrama, remaining believable all the time - even with such an odd premise. Also, Ricardo Darín is excellent as always, providing the story with some very funny moments.
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