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An exercise in constructing a feature almost entirely from artfully composed, incident-lite tableaus.
Kékszakállú works best as pure cinema, mostly divorced from narrative; some of its most memorable moments don't even really contribute to the vague theme that gradually emerges.
A constant barrage of intricately composed images put forth to be dissected and enjoyed.
Like Shohei Imamura, Argentinian writer-director Gaston Solnicki can be understood as a cinematic "entomologist."
Solnicki gives a refined vision of formal precision and an enervating narrative brilliance that imposes a trance that suspends time and generates states of boredom or ecstasy. [Full review in Spanish]
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