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A fine film of few words and very little motion.
A deadpan comedy shot through with a vein of despair, the Uruguayan film Whisky is a pint-size pleasure.
With its intentional pacing and spare but precise dialogue, Whisky works up a unique mood that's languorous yet exhilarating.
directors Stoll and Rebella have taken a potentially farcical triangle and built from it a bleak meditation on twilit lives and lost opportunities.
This low-key tale, by sophomore Uruguayan filmmakers Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll, takes its wry look at the lives of three average people with a straight face.
The filmmakers are incredibly adept at relaying so very much almost imperceptibly.
Bonedry but deeply involving film about marginal characters in Montevideo, Uruguay
Takes a wry and observant look at human interaction. And along the way it subtly pokes fun at the machismo in Latino society.
The film's measured pace may put off impatient viewers, but the brilliantly underplayed ending is worth the wait.
This is a truly great film.
Whisky es la confirmación de que el cine uruguayo puede dejar de soñar en hacer, algún día, una gran película, porque ya la ha hecho.
One for me too please
A smart comedy but definitely not your usual, conventional comedy film. The humour is so subtle, and the film is rather slow paced, hence why it won't be for everyone.
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