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The Other Side of the Street is full of the stillness, and silences, of a life that's been muted and shut down.
A poignant little film that explores loss and new leases on life with intelligence and care.
An appealingly quirky thriller from Brazil.
[A] tough, sentimental Brazilian drama about two young souls distressed to find themselves in elderly bodies.
The Other Side of the Street is more love story than thriller, with the mystery providing only slack tension and the December-December romance that ultimately develops between Regina and Camargo crackling with drama and sexual tension aplenty.
A languid, delicate character study; the strengths of the film are found in the loving yet unsentimental portrayal of its two intensely troubled, carefully drawn protagonists.
A geriatric love story.
[These] could have been compelling characters, but The Other Side of the Street surrounds them with contrivance, and it quickly grows tedious.
Succeeds in portraying seniors with sexual identities and desires, but fails on most other counts.
Regina has no traces of caricature and is portrayed as a disgruntled snoop, a disappointed mother and a lonely 75-year-old looking for emotional and physical companionship.
It's a modest success, mostly because of its lead performance.
It's part crime thriller, part touching romance, part family drama, and part CPD (Cocoon Police Department).
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