En una impactante historia con diálogos mínimos, hombres y mujeres parecen estar retirados gracias al luto de la pérdida de seres queridos. Del portugués Sandro Aguilar y con la magnífica colaboración en la fotografía de Paulo Ares.
Esta película no está presentándose ahora en MUBI, pero otras 30 increíbles películas sí lo están. Mira que está en cartelera
A director well known for shorts, this is Sandro Aguilar's sole feature length film to date. Much like his short films plotting is not overly important and its more of the atmosphere created and feelings generated that are important. When the sound design/editing is the most impressive element you're not dealing with the most literal filmmaker. Interesting even if at times you're wondering: 'will anything happen?'
A miraculous personal film, directed with a great eye. Some of the best images I have seen in awhile, I believe this is the only site to have the film for viewing, please do yourself a favor and watch as a new great director debuts his first feature.
Underwhelming non-narrative movie. As much I've appreciated some technical aspects of the cinematography early on the movie, it's just not enough to relate to the despair and loneliness of those characters. The pace is difficult to accompany and the ending is not at all gratifying.
(NOTE: if you're reading this and care to have a more decent look on the movie, you can have a look on the comment below)