Clandestine Childhood Reviews

January 11, 2013
'Clandestine Childhood'' is the impressive first feature by Argentine director Benjamn Avila.
January 10, 2013
The calmer scenes are staged in staid and somewhat clunky fashion, but the graphic animation depicting the worst moments is starkly effective.
January 9, 2013
A solemn reverie about an urban guerrilla mother in revolutionary struggle, and the maternal ideal as ambivalent myth and martyr. Giving rise to the contemplation of art as an act of necessity, and the creative journey of the life of an idea in a film.
January 9, 2013
A charming, involving first feature, Clandestine Childhood muscles its familiar coming-of-age material into something more vibrant and urgent than the usual.