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A grainy, nearly three-hour opus that unexpectedly morphs from vérité-like neorealist drama into that unicorn of cinematic genres: a neorealist musical.
The director manages to turn everything upside down to discuss both the rules of each film genre and society itself... [Full Review in Spanish]
The result is a passionate piece of work where a viewer has no choice, but to submerge oneself into the the workers. [Full Review in Spanish]
[Director] Pedro Pinho and his collaborators... portray all those moments of uncertainty, waiting and gatherings with documentary naturalism... [Full review in Spanish]
One of the most exciting cinematic experiences in years. [Full Review in Spanish]
Its cerebral approach works better during sequences that are less dependent on narrative and more essayistic in nature.
This is the kind of bold film-making, bristling with risks and ideas, that shakes up cinema from the inside.
The debating sessions are hard slogs, but elsewhere the film's style is engaging.
The enigmatic story is acted with sincerity and force.
An initially gripping parable about workers' rights in a Portuguese lift factory gradually becomes a harrowing endurance test
A film which proves that you can fight the power while dancing at the same time.
There is gathering power as we peer into lives, conflicts and labour pains, in all senses, of a new-born industrial showdown.
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