Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Often quick on its feet and energetic rather than melodramatic or inward-looking, this is a promising debut...
Córdova's film brings little that's new to its stylistic school of observational realism - but hits the Caracas sidewalks hard and purposefully enough to compensate.
The director lavishes a narrative pulse and perspicacity in this portrait of deep misery. [Full Review in Spanish]
Some faults in the direction do not compromise the force of this odyssey in the margins. [Full Review in Spanish]
The result is, rather, an alternative version of Bicycle Thief in which there is no money for pedals. [Full review in Spanish]
[La Familia] serves as an allegory to a macro situation of the exploited. [Full Review in Spanish]
Making his feature debut, writer-director Gustavo Rondón Córdova emphasizes an understated, realistic style and lets the silences speak volumes - an apt metaphor for how a lack of connection can bring down families and communities in equal measure.
Intense, visually dynamic, and perfectly acted. [Full review in Spanish]
A film of discovery and learning whose final plan cemented this idea of building a new family and affective space. [Full review in Spanish]
Rondón Córdova tells this story with solvency, but the feeling is pure déjà vu: we have already seen this film before. [Full review in Spanish]
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