In Eduardo Williams’s Could See a Puma, an accident sends a group of young boys on a journey from the high roofs of their neighbourhood, passing through its destruction, to the deepest part of the Earth.
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DCP. Curious as what didn't work in his later long feature, here it's a triumph, the way the movie wanders, literally, behind/after/with characters who seek the (in)sense of their movement, the essence of wandering itself. And meanwhile we have a magnificent group film, so physical when looking at so many male bodies, as detached from their nature as the cinematographic gaze is attached to this detachment.