Blindspotting

Blindspotting ★★★★★

I started to watch this movie and I said to myself, "It's good, but I don't see why many people say its great". Then, passing the 30 minute barrier, the movie became more serious, the tone became more human and everything began to grow on me. I felt that each dialogue was intense, raw, came from the heart and came from true human beings and not from the characters. This movie became a very painful exercise of the portrait of those two men and how they struggle with their lives, especially for Collin (Daveed Diggs).

I have seen Daveed Diggs in comedies mainly, but in this film he is outstanding. You can see everything through his eyes, he shows all that pain and he manages to capture all those emotions. The scene that hurt me the most was when He talks to Val over the phone and asks if the first thing she sees in him is the fight and she doesn't answer, also that scene in which he is walking slowly and turns around to see the cops and tears start to form in his eyes is very hard.

The script also written by Rafael Casal who is extraordinary as the more outrageous guy and the direction of Carlos López makes this movie one of the best of the year.

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