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Critic Reviews for Viola
Piñeiro's bold but graceful camera movements, exploring space with unselfconscious joy, speak to a young filmmaker's emerging mastery.
A Buenos Aires production of "Twelfth Night" is point of departure for a buoyant examination of love's labor's lost offstage.
It's a pleasant, negligible wisp of a movie, notable mostly for what it suggests of its director's potential.
You have been privy to a series of seductive, ephemeral moments, drawn into the eternal rhythm of youth and connected with something old and durable, one name for which is art.
A movie that leaves us with a smile on our faces but also more than a few thoughts in our heads.
Piñeiro unearths every bit of thought and feeling contained in this mercurial feature's brief running time ...
Audience Reviews for Viola
Strange, inadequate 65 minute "movie" about several Buenos Aires women chattering incessantly about love and love affairs. They are actresses in a sort of semi-pro production of the Shakespeare play, Twelfth Night. So they're often shown reciting their lines, on or off stage (not costumed). Some mild but boring Lesbian interest here...not offensive. Male writer/director Matias Pineiro strikes me as unhealthily obsessed with all this girltalk (which of course he's supplying for the actresses).
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