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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Carlos Tejeda's rating of the film Güeros

    Artículo (suplemento cultural "It's playtime"): https://lamiradadealbert.wordpress.com/2015/05/21/gueros-alonso-ruizpalacios/

  2. auloel's rating of the film Güeros

  3. kokeshi's rating of the film Güeros

    3,5 per l'esattezza. Gran bella fotografia!

  4. Sergio Fernandez's rating of the film Güeros

  5. Henrique Amud's rating of the film Güeros

    Tenoch Huerta's performance was hypnotizing. For the first 10 to 15 minutes, it looked more like a parody of indie filmmaking 101, but then all of a sudden it geared up to be a flawed but still fascinating surreal landscape of Mexico City. I'm generally not a fan of digging up Nouvelle Vague from its grave, but Alonso Ruiz managed to do it right. Anyways, this is just my kind of weird.

  6. ebabehh's rating of the film Güeros

    Starting slow, hyper-stylish, and relatively devoid of dialogue, I feared no substance, a meandering Mexican Napoleon Dynamite in black-and-white, or a hermetic sensorium about addiction. But like La Haine, once it gets revving, it doesn't stop, and pieces hinted at resurface and accumulate in different contexts. The youthful pursuit of the present/absent artist, student riots, and Mexico City owe much to Bolaño.

  7. Nerviosismo's rating of the film Güeros

  8. maría f guerrero's rating of the film Güeros

    Youth in México has never been captured better

  9. Xexmaín's rating of the film Güeros

  10. alonsoelias's rating of the film Güeros

    - ¿en dónde estamos? - en la ciudad de México

  11. blyniukas's rating of the film Güeros

    what an absolute gem! i think it is pure impressionism in film - it is about fleeting moments, the beauty of them, the memories that you make for yourself while young and impressionable. i think it is delightfully careless and fanciful, but what is best about it, is that it doesn't take itself seriously. the delicate, self-reflective humour with sarcastic undertones - that's what makes it miles away from pretentious.

  12. Dan's rating of the film Güeros

    Palacios' film is brilliant at capturing strange and quiet moments. It's also the second best Mexican road trip film. Oh, DF/CDM (whatever you're rebranding yourself as)... you look so beautiful in that light.

  13. Benjamin Krystek's rating of the film Güeros

  14. Salah Hassan's rating of the film Güeros

  15. Ebru Yörükoğlu's rating of the film Güeros

  16. Draughtsman Without Contract's rating of the film Güeros

    Nouvelle Vague permeates this film throughout but such overt references are hardly a problem when the result is as droll and engaging as this.

  17. seakat's rating of the film Güeros

    Una entretenida tomada de pelo.

  18. εξώτερο Διάστημα's rating of the film Güeros

    Replete with a New Wavy swing, to say that Güeros is mere looks means to dismiss photography’s savvy to deliver a mundane-rooted fable so fast and consummately, it baffles verbatim articulation – Cartier-Bresson's & street photographers’ “decisive moment”, the never-repeated split of a second & alert, roving readiness to fish the rare out of the hic et nunc. Seen holding this in mind, the film plot is a story arc for

  19. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film Güeros

    6.1/10, my review: http://wp.me/p1eXom-24C

  20. Andrea's rating of the film Güeros

  21. Polyglot's rating of the film Güeros

    That "4th wall breaking" scene in the car during the trip to the university caught me by surprise. Wow.

  22. redux's rating of the film Güeros

    The kind of indie where the lack of a real story is compensated with 'quirky' bits at every turn, so in the end it relies more heavily on suspension of disbelief than any Hollywood blockbuster.

  23. TZUHSIEN TANG's rating of the film Güeros

  24. Rocketeam's rating of the film Güeros

    A brilliant reflection of the times we are currently living in Mexico as postponed students.

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