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"The Accused" is solid, straightforward storytelling...
Beyond showing that an entire country will have an opinion on a court case they vaguely follow in papers and on TV, The Accused offers surprisingly little in terms of analysis, insight or even irony.
The script, performances and the production create an entertaining experience. Additionally, Lali Esposito has a bright future ahead. [Full Review in Spanish]
Impeccable from a technical standpoint. [Full Review in Spanish]
The film takes its time, and is not always balanced. [Full review in Spanish]
The Accused prefers to delve into the family universe, a space in which the tension in crescendo, determines the position in front of what counts and, in addition, reveals the hidden face of the protagonists. [Full Review in Spanish]
Espósito is quite convincing as the main character: in some instances, she seems fragile; at other times, manipulative traits surface, and with them the possibility that she could be a very good liar.
Dolores is impassive, giving away nothing. The ambiguity may be dramatically unsatisfying, but that is the point. We become the viewers of that television show. Guilty or innocent, it's left to us to decide.
A quietly engrossing drama...
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