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"4 Moons" ("Cuatro Lunas") paints a spirited and sensitive portrait of gay boys and men in 21st-century Mexico.
Overlook [its] distracting formal missteps ... and you may find a film that engenders resonant empathy.
Four Moons is consistently watchable, but just as thoroughly disposable.
A movie about what makes us human, acceptance, hope of a better tomorrow, no matter how hard it seems. That's also what cinema is about. [Full review in Spanish]
A hard movie to watch, not for the sexual content, but for the way it portrays relationships. [Full review in Spanish]
Even though the story is well written and the characters are enduring, the movie becomes really predictable. [Full review in Spanish]
An accurate portrait of gay men in modern day Mexico. [Full review in Spanish]
A movie for the open minded people that fight day by day against the absurd culture we live in nowdays. [Full review in Spanish]
A modern look at homosexuality without going to the obvious cliches. [Full review in Spanish]
A sensitive and well intentioned movie that tries to break homosexual themes out of the "gay cinema" stigma. [Full review in Spanish]
Explores human sensibility when love arrives and all that comes with it,the ups, the downs, confusion, all in the frame of homosexuality. [Full review in Spanish]
Splendid and sexy.
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