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A smart, moving homage to fandom.
With this film, the director asserts himself as one of the most affected, sharp and turbid voices of his generation. [Full Review in Spanish]
A dark fairytale of cross-hatched identities and genres.
From the psychoanalytic thriller to the amnesiac melodrama, [director] Carlos Vermut reflects his style in a pointed triage of actresses as sharp as the edges of his scenes. [Full review in Spanish]
There is the oddly respectful idea that obsessive fandom might actually be a place where the lost can find themselves, the poor can enrich themselves, and the timid can discover strength through impersonation - and impersonation is really all there is.
Quien te Cantará lasts two hours, but I have the feeling that I have been drowsy for a week. And I forget it quickly. The tortuous intensity has always put me on my nerves. [Full Review in Spanish]
Even if we're watching with a sceptically raised eyebrow by this point, there's plenty to enjoy...
The result is a melodramatic plot stylistically dressed as a thriller to propose a game of identities, projections, impersonation and veneration, in a disturbing space where time seems to stop. [Full review in Spanish]
Echoes of Persona (Bergman) and The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (Fassbinder) distinctly pulsate under the new feature film by Carlos Vermut. [Full review in Spanish]
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