Critic Reviews for González
... the film shows how religion has not ceased to be a corporate issue, quite profitable for those who administer it, who are true entrepreneurs. [Full review in Spanish]
With clear influence of the Scorsese's films, the film exposes the fraudulent world of faith, all without false morality and with plenty of black humor. [Full review in Spanish]
Harold Torres and Carlos Bardem support the entire movie and kept intriguing, though, as the end approaches, the argument loses strictness and neglects his characters in order to offer the twists and suspense a thriller promises. [Full review in Spanish]
The message seems to be so strong and his situation is so desperate that Gonzalez will start to assume a new role in his life: a more determined, bright and gloomy. [Full review in Spanish]
The film explores these raw situations perhaps inspired in Hollywood films, but with feet firmly planted on an actual Mexican reality. [Full review in Spanish]
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