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A well-observed drama of deceit.
Takes a nuanced approach to the two lead characters, refusing an easy heart-warming approach and thereby delivering a more complex story beneath the stripped-down filmmaking.
What in other Latin American films is a natural inclination for sordidness and violence is turned around in [director Agustín] Toscano's film, in a certain sense taking advantage of the spectator's prejudices. [Full review in Spanish]
Despite its flat secondary characters and an anticlimactic ending (...) "The Snatch Thief" is a fascinating and well-acted drama. [Full review in Spanish]
The Snatch Thief is is potent, contradictory, provocative, uncomfortable and at times a stimulating combination of tragicomedy and psychological thriller... [Full Review in Spanish]
[A] social but primarily intimate story, The Motoarrebatador feels like the Dardenne brothers' films. [Full review in Spanish]
The Snatch Thief is a well-made film that achieves its mission to animate a social problem from a perspective we don't normally see. [Full Review in Spanish]
The film's great virtue is its willingness to let the images speak... [Full review in Spanish]
This quietly controlled, distinctive piece is a minor piece with some major charms and should travel widely, on two wheels or otherwise.
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