Sean’s review published on Letterboxd:
Y Tu Mama Tambien is a film brimming with sexual energy. Like a caged animal, it's an energy that longs to be free. The cage Tenoch and Julio occupy is a transparent one, but when lifted grants them liberation. All three leads are fantastic, and their chemistry is stirred masterfully by Cuaron. It's very poetic the way the narrative is woven, I was particularly drawn to Luisa's story. There's some brilliant foreshadowing provided by the narration. Speaking of which, I really enjoyed the muted breaks that were sprinkled throughout the film. Strong editing. Great performances. Excellent direction.
****Edit**** Upped it to five stars upon further reflection.