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Because the characterization is genial and superficial, the film feels too lightweight for a drama, but it's never funny enough to be considered a comedy.
"Nobody's Watching" addresses immigration issues head on, but it's more about being set existentially adrift.
Solomonoff here exhibits a scrupulous control of her material and milieu that's all too rare in episodic, humanistic indie-movie life studies.
Pfening delivers a masterful, low-key performance that subtly unpacks the psychology of how immigration can turn lives into lies.
Nobody's Watching (Nadie Nos Mira) is a quiet, sincere and didactic depiction of the shortcomings of immigration and the loss of privilege.
Nobody's Watching exudes melancholy. [Full Review in Spanish]
The narration has a naturalistic tone. [Full Review in Spanish]
Forget glamour: [director Julia] Solomonoff calls into question the American dream. [Full review in Spanish]
Thusly, the film defines modern immigration as a negatively liberating experience and I believe that, in general, it hits the nail on the head. [Full review in Spanish]
[Nobody's Watching] is a magnificent character portrait. [Full Review in Spanish]
An absorbing film about a self-exiled Argentine actor in New York.
Nico is achingly sad and human, which is what Solomonoff's film captures so beautifully.
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