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Javier Bardem gives an outstanding performance in this hought-provoking (though occasionally plodding) movie about the effects of unemployment on a group of former shipyard workers.
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In these days of cutbacks and belt-tightening, its story has a strong resonance.
A small, intimate film that moves viewers with its passion.
Midway, Mondays in the Sun becomes as dull as a day with nothing to do.
The best thing that can be said about this funny, poignant and compassionate film is that watching it is not work.
Thoughtful and well-acted, but a little flat in the story department.
To the patient viewer, the rewards are many, especially Bardem's performance.
Delicado drama que, com seu elenco coeso encabeçado por um Bardem vigoroso e intenso, funciona como um testemunho do impacto psicológico e moral provocado pelo desemprego numa economia em recessão.
Moving, often hilarious examination of masculine frustration with a sharply observed script and impressive performances from its cast.
Another staggeringly strong performance by Javier Bardem.
Bottom feeder, out of work adventurers busying themselves with basically anything that will keep the terror of an abyss called the future at bay.
Full of sympathy for the worker's plight.
Si Los Lunes al Sol es una película tan humana, tan sensible y tan reveladora es porque hemos visto esos personajes acá nomás, a la vuelta de la esquina.
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