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Ratings & Reviews

  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Eva Doesn't Sleep

    En préambule, une fascinante séquence introductive, donnant le ton général de l'œuvre, un adroit et subtil mélange des genres agrégeant le politique, la fiction, le documentaire, traversé par les formes variées et sophistiquées du lyrisme, du symbolique, de l'outrance, du théâtral et du grotesque. Une puissante réussite cinématographique. www.cinefiches.com

  2. Daniella Hervert's rating of the film Eva Doesn't Sleep

  3. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Eva Doesn't Sleep

  4. José Neves's rating of the film Eva Doesn't Sleep

    A film structured in different chapters, of a deep theatrical immersion, space and time condensed around a spatio-temporal unity, with reference to a reality that become autonomous by/in the freedom of its staging and that often, by the density of the light and the bodies in space-frame, generates a sense of unreality, as if History was a dream in a dream. The documentary pieces do not deny this sensed nonreality.

  5. Isa Reis's rating of the film Eva Doesn't Sleep

  6. Jorge Mourinha's rating of the film Eva Doesn't Sleep

    Not so beau travail. http://theflickeringwall.blogspot.pt/2016/04/call-of-siren-indielisboa-2016-1.html

  7. Mugino's rating of the film Eva Doesn't Sleep

    Life being stranger than fiction in this case, Agüero felt an odd responsibility to make the story of Eva Perón's traveling corpse more "realistic". Yet he has still managed to create a nightmarishly dreamy quartet of vignettes depicting Evita's influence from beyond the grave. She is a symbol that kills and cannot be killed, a provocation that never fades.