Critic Reviews for Rojo
Its accessibility... could turn this into Naishtat's most widely seen work to date and help consolidate his reputation as an exciting new voice in Argentinean cinema.
The detective plot is shaggy and never fully resolves itself, but the implications of the story resonate like a distant drum.
The director of History of Fear and The Movement returns with a concise, very well structured film about the degradation of a society. [Full review in Spanish]
Benjamin Naishtat makes his best film to date, with only 32 years and three films to his credit, he proposes a categorical view on the state of things. [Full Review in Spanish]
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