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Never manages to articulate a more nuanced idea than the fact that politicians are people, too.
I don't know if it's worse than a politician without ambition, but there's something inherently dispiriting about a film with significant means and nothing to say.
As an arthouse film, "The Summit" has too many genre trappings; as a genre film, especially one in the thriller category which relies on a solid dismount, it doesn't satisfy.
Mitre's political thriller is at times gripping as it unfolds, though also at times confusing, but very well worth a watch.
... deserves to be seen on a large screen, with attention focused on its powerful supporting cast... [Full review in Spanish]
The end will open more questions than the viewer will know how to answer... [Full review in Spanish]
The Summit abandons quite early on being a simple fictional account of power, drawing instead, with intelligence and formal concision, the silhouette of what can only be described as something sinister.
The best thing about the film is its transformation from a political thriller to an allegory of evil. [Full review in Spanish]
It is a very interesting film in everything related to the character of Darín and it's also technically very well finished. [Full review in Spanish]
An intelligent and adult film that invites the viewer to reflect on the current politics. [Full review in Spanish]
Although Ricardo Darín supplies the necessary world-weary gravitas as Argentina's untested leader, director Santiago Mitre fails to bring this ambitious endeavour to life.
The mountain range is the true reflection of what happens in these times: politicians who take advantage of a message to put on a mask and rise to power. [Full review in Spanish]
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