mili’s review published on Letterboxd:
If you keep going over the past, you're going to end up with a thousand pasts and no future
I loved this. It didn’t feel like a movie. Loved the cinematography and editing and acting and plot and narrative and ENDING, god that ending was more than i expected, it felt raw and correct, and my heart didn’t stop racing. Again, in a good portion of the movie I couldn’t hear a god damn word, i guess im gonna have to watch arg movies with subtitles, still the dialogue was soo good, didn’t feel forced and was very true to argentinian slang and mannerisms. The chemistry between the characters was there each time, whether it was benjamin and irene or benjamin and pablo, a scene with irene and isodoro (its not chemistry in this case but their acting is unbelievable) and even the secondary characters added their part in a genuine and well-made way.
Ricardo darin is easily climbing his way to be one of my favorite actors, he has such emotions in his acting and makes me enjoy watching him (*cof cof dilf)