Reviews for this film from our members:
- [New – 7/25] | Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast
- [New – 7/25] | Carson Lund @ In Review Online
- Excerpt: The key, then—which Piñeiro’s brilliantly pared-down direction instructs us to do—is to watch, not think. In this particularly verbose film, words move swiftly and stuff the sonic space, but those who talk are rarely those who we’re made to look at. Instead, the weight of expression usually carried by words in other films is transferred to faces, which flicker their own mini-narratives across scenes.