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The Last Suit occasionally falters while juggling disparate tones, but is ultimately held together by an affecting sweetness and Miguel Ángel Solá's central performance.
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"The Last Suit" is a bumpy ride tonally, but its stubborn heart is in the right place.
Argentine actor Miguel Ángel Solá is convincing as the haunted protagonist.
By its third act, it's clear that Last Suit fits into a familiar happy-goodbye format, whatever its darker notes, and that plausibility isn't high on its list of concerns. At least the company's mostly good.
An unfortunately contrived Holocaust drama that labors under the delusion that the subject matter lends itself to uplift...
[A] touching, albeit occasionally heavy-handed, drama...
Bring a full box of tissues.
The film succeeds on both a metaphorical and literal level thanks to clever writing and Miguel Ángel Solá, who gives the festival's best performance.
The Last Suit is about as light on its feet as its doddery protagonist, with plot points often as laboured as his breathing.
Despite some shortcomings, The Last Suit manages to display originality in its description of the Argentine Jewish community as parallel universe all strengthened by great performances from Sola and Molina. [Full Review in Spanish]
In this endearing film, Miguel Angel Sola knew how to endow his character with seduction and verisimilitude without ever falling into the melodrama. [Full Review in Spanish]
The Last Suit perhaps could have been an interesting film about a theme not really touched on in film, but that's not what happened. [Full Review in Spanish]
There are so many wonderful, well-crafted scenes in The Last Suit. Pablo Solarz' script is a multilayered masterpiece.
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