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[A] frank and affectionate portrait...
What Salmerón is after...is a simple portrait of hilarious exuberance, hard-won togetherness and strange wisdom. That search yields results.
A celebration of the life of an extraordinary woman with whom most viewers will probably also have fallen in love by the time the credits roll.
Charming and poignant...
"A strange home movie made over 14 years".
The director and his editors are capable of seeing what's beneath the events that could seem trivial but that reveal the protagonist and his family as a result of the engine of Spanish history. [Full review in Spanish]
Julia Salmeron as the protagonist of this documentary is what maintains the audience glued to the screen thanks to her charisma. [Full Review in Spanish]
Julia earns the distinction in the hall of fame of vital, funny and endearing women of cinema. [Full Review in Spanish]
In his debut feature documentary, Salmeron collates an eclectic array of footage into a loving and celebratory portrait of his vivacious and determinedly spirited mother.
A charming study of family dynamics, shifting generational values and the challenge of just plain growing old.
At its core, Lots of Kids, A Monkey, and a Castle is an intimate, humorous, and heartfelt love letter
It is a home movie, but it is also a movie for an audience to embrace.
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