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All Critics (8)
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Writer-director Carlos Vermut distinguishes himself with his willingness to court melodrama; the layers of perversion, betrayal, and revenge verge on the operatic, but the action is played with impressive sobriety.
The work of a true filmmaker. [Full review in Spanish]
A movie made with wisdom, every scene is perfectly balanced and the tone of it reminds you of Fritz Lang. [Full review in Spanish]
Bárbara Lennie is one of the most interesting characters in modern day cinema. [Full review in Spanish]
Carlos Vermut is a strange director in the best way possible, a strange director with lots of talent. [Full review in Spanish]
Perfect. [Full review in Spanish]
A film that will most likely turn off many an audience member, while leaving those who find its wavelength and who can exist within it vibrating from the experience.
Vermouth have us hooked with its baffling characters, minimalist narrative and visual style keeps us intrigued by an austere aesthetic and tight, economical but effective performances. [Full Review in Spanish]
Vermut proves already in his second film that he has a very interesting voice, giving us this story that remains always gripping as it shows how the lives of three different people get ironically intertwined by some unhappy circumstances - most of which provoked by themselves.
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