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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.
Essentially contemplative. [Full Review in Spanish]
... a reflection that hides bourgeois decadence under a refined layer of modernity. [Full review in Spanish]
Kékszakállú is a film whose every moment is the product of a nervous gamble, a young person's search for a reason for being, and thus a beguiling mirror of its heroine's journey.
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]
A film of great elegance and modesty with a director who finds stories where they least expected, acquiring unsuspected dimensions. [Full review in Spanish]
Solnicki seems to have bounced against something to say or some idea to communicate, but in his strong conviction for all that his film shouldn't be seems to have forgotten to give it an identity of his own. [Full review in Spanish]
A contemplative film, in which the stories are generated and appearing by themselves, and that stands out because of its artistic beauty. [Full review in Spanish]
Enigmatic and lovely.
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