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Tender, perceptive, and beautifully filmed, Hotel Salvation tells a father-son story whose universal themes are further enriched by its picturesque setting.
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An Indian comedy full of emotional depth and understated paradox.
This beautifully rendered Indian arthouse film, the debut of young director Shubhashish Bhutiani, enacts a subtle family comedy-drama that anyone who has spent time with an ageing parent could relate to easily.
A leisurely, wise and ultimately affecting meditation on the benefits of letting go
Engaging in a different kind of tension, [Bhutiani] crafts a modest yet spiritually inspiring story...
The father-son bond dominates this bittersweet tale, which is not only impeccably played by a fine cast, but also beautifully designed.
Quietly profound, very moving, very engaging and made me feel like I was in a kind of magical bubble and when cinema works at it best, that's what it does.
The filmmakers make the most of a tiny budget here.
Bhutiani's characters play at a very modest pitch. [Full Review in Spanish]
Shubhashish Bhutiani tells his story with delicacy, without selling folklore for export and without the emotional approach between that father and son sounds like a guiding formula. [Full Review in Spanish]
Beautifully photographed. [Full Review in Spanish]
Hotel Salvation is a bittersweet meditation on life, death and salvation.
Hotel Salvation is a celebration of all the things we miss when we stop looking around at just how amazing life can be, and sometimes a reminder is all it takes to remember to smile.
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