The reason why people find these achingly slow and "contemplative" movies entertaining is anyone's guess, and moreso if they're littered with unnecesary long takes and nonsensical lines. Yeah, neat points for casting non-actors and trying to avoid marketable narratives and plot-points while using outdoors scenery, but God, try to do it in the least pretentious way possible, pretty please.
odisea de imágenes, la vista y el oído en complicidad con el agua nos dan una clara idea llena de detalles de la vida en la costa, carnalidad, banalidad y un amor idílico que fructifica en la salida para el "otro lado", sin poder escapar de si mismo para seguir su búsqueda
Engaging but distant portrait of a provincial Colombian town facing encroaching modernity represented by two disparate foreigners. One, a stranger passing through whose life is touched by the villagers, another a settler whose modern lifestyle begins to change everything. Beautifully hushed and observant, but not quite as deep as it thinks it is.