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In fact the film is so commanding in its presentation of social rituals and the natural world that it takes a while for the story to come into focus, yet for all the loping camera movements and narrative digressions, this never feels meandering.
There's little narrative propulsion to Too Late to Die Young, yet it hums along with a vibrant humanity all the same.
Too Late to Die Young pushes its rhythmic approach to a satisfying climax in a closing sequence.
A lovingly textured addition to the coming-of-age genre.
This is a satisfying sensorial work, unmistakably grounded in independent South American cinema...
It's a coming-of-age story for both its young characters and the country they're in, presenting a collective portrait of a society coming to terms, often messily, with the new opportunities around them.
Hernandez is magnetic, suggesting Sofia's resentment and loneliness with a glare and a sullen drag on a cigarette.
Much of the joy of Sotomayor's assured creation is the way she's prepared to let the minutiae of community life unfold in front of her audience.
Dominga Sotomayor seeks the warmth of that human truth, of that pure and irrepressible biological eruption, the smile that arises when checking, looking back, that our spirit was also there. [Full Review in Spanish]
Elegant and risky, Sotomayor unusually portrays an emblematic moment of Chile and does so through a story of juvenile love affairs and lost dogs, where each of his characters must, like the country, learn to live in freedom. [Full Review in Spanish]
It's a roaming slice of life chronicle that isn't that interested in plot though it has some. It's more a memory of a feeling.
With a background of disoriented or frustrated adults, [director Dominga] Sotomayor puts the focus on young people and perfectly captures the decisive moments of adolescence. [Full review in Spanish]
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