Such a charming little screwball. It was thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish. It maintained the kind of personality you'd see in a classic Hollywood film, but still covered a more modern topic.Timeless, hilarious, and so worthy of being in the Criterion Collection.
Alfonso Cuarón’s first feature film is an enjoyable and well-made modern screwball comedy. The film is writte, shot and edited with a lot of grace, and it is an overall great film... more-> http://swinton.tumblr.com/post/81161370495/solo-con-tu-pareja-love-in-the-time-of-hysteria
Everything is green in this film, a departure from films rich in reds, and blues, which you see far more often. Tomas Tomas reminds me of a Mexican Woody Allen; (the character, not the director) selfish, neurotic, obsessive, yet ultimately harmless. Probably the most important, definitely the most enjoyable film to come out of Mexico City in the 1990's.