Ralph Breaks the Internet
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In its disquieting, deliberate pace and otherworldly imagery, it takes on a ghostly quality even though no actual spirits materialize.
Salazar's deliberateness of image and tone can sometimes feel like its own archly overemphasized meaning, but it's never less than an artfully sincere companion to the drama ...
Slow but never ponderous, clear in its outlines but never simplistic, and elegantly crafted without being stifling.
Salazar's exquisite attention to detail reveals itself in the visuals as much as the performances, plus the costume design is knock-your-socks-off memorable.
Sundays' Illness is a story of tragedy and pain, it is also a brilliant film with impressive performances. [Full review in Spanish]
Slow-paced Spanish drama has drinking, mature themes.
'Sunday's Illness' takes us through pain and love and loss. What do we gain? A masterpiece up on the screen that's mesmerizing in each scene.
It's highly worth discovering and would make for a deserving contender for Foreign Language Film at the Oscars if the cards shake out right.
Nothing short of a masterpiece.
Sunday's Illness (La Enfermedad del Domingo) delivers a gut punch.
The staging does not always work in the service of the plot or its motivations, but the other way round... [Full review in Spanish]
Susi Sanchez has finally found a role that reaches the height of her personality and talent. [Full Review in Spanish]
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