The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Above all else, it's a wise exploration of what it feels like to flee from a troubled world by ignoring its sorrows - until the world decides it's time for a wakeup call.
Natalia Almada's study of a career civil servant suffering a late-life crisis works best when it plumbs the connections between bureaucracy and violence.
Willful boredom smothers Natalia Almada's Everything Else.
A remarkable aesthetic exercise, without a doubt, but frankly sterile. [Full review in Spanish]
After an outstanding career as a documentary filmmaker, Natalia Almada (El Velador, 2011, El General, 2009) fills the screen with a story that moves, terrifies and, in a certain way, fills us with life. [Full review in Spanish]
The rest, "everything else", is not there. [Full review in Spanish]
Most would find this film boring because there are too many meanings within it that unfortunately most of them need to be over-analyzed. A situation that the audience could not like. [Full review in Spanish]
A film where anguish speaks without saying many words. The condition of the film, however, is when the director use shortcuts that will make such anguish more "tangible". [Full review in Spanish]
This film is a real shame and it just doesn't work. [Full review in Spanish]
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