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A film that cements Michael Rowe as on of the most important filmmakers in Mexico right now. [Full review in Spanish]
It's definitely not for everybody, but its themes and messages are certainly universal and valuable. [Full review in Spanish]
Michael Rowe's second film is an exploration of loneliness. [Full review in Spanish]
Manto Acuífero could've easily fallen into conventional territories of divorce and forced family roles, but it works because it avoids drama and takes on the subject in a very sober way. [Full review in Spanish]
Perfectly crafted, and the performance of child actress Zailia Macías holds up during the whole movie. [Full review in Spanish]
A movie that sets its rules from the beggining that takes you through a fatalist journey. [Full review in Spanish]
A subtle story where apparently not much happens but in reality we see a storm of emotions running through the main character. [Full review in Spanish]
An adult story told through the eyes of a child. [Full review in Spanish]
A movie that should not be rushed, it asks a lot from it's viewers. [Full review in Spanish]
Row has outdone himself, full of paternity symbols and the necesity of adults of always talk about their problems about the ones of their kids. [Full review in Spanish]
A portrait of a child growing up in a broken home that reflects the status of Mexican society. [Full review in Spanish]
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