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Heftige en indrukwekkende film over twee priesters in krottenwijk van Buenos Aires.
Well-produced; dramatic and realistic.
good drama i dont think doc though
Trapero delivers another hard-hitting drama with many wonderful long takes and Darín in a fantastic performance (as usual), depicting without concessions a hard reality where faith and commitment seem futile in a society dominated by an endemic neglect and lack of care.
After barely surviving a village massacre, Father Nicolas(Jeremie Renier) returns to the city slums to rejoin Father Julian(Ricardo Darin) in his continuing work that goes beyond just their ecclesiastical duties. So, while the residents work on constructing their own housing, the priests get to handle the bureaucracy, aided by Luciana(Martina Gusman).
Proving once and for all that nothing can compare to location work, "White Elephant" seeks to tell a moving story about martyrdom in South America, while honoring a real life martyr at the same time. Even with some exquisite tracking shots, the fact that the movie is not as successful as it could have been is down primarily to its being more focused on Nicolas than on Julian, the more interesting of the two priests. Plus, while Jeremie Renier is certainly not chopped liver, compared to the great Ricardo Darin, one is free to choose whatever lunch meat metaphor wants.
Genial película de Pablo Trapero con la actuación de Ricardo Darín. Se trata de un grandìsimo hospital abandonado, convertido en un refugio de marginales. Un cura tratarà de salvar de la droga y el crimen a la gente, pero se enfrenta con una sociedad decadente, injusta, corrupta y peligrosa. Film bastante duro
Emotive social/spiritual drama.
A relatively slow and subdued attempt to show the stresses of religious belief and the realities of working in a poor neighbourhood within the church structure.
Predictable and very boring
I never heard of this film before, apparently it was released very limited, which is a pity, because it is a good film. It is gritty, brutal, and very well made. Not perfect, but I like it.