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Ratings & Reviews

  1. maría f guerrero's rating of the film Tempestad

    Good cinema is the one you can feel; the one that makes your skin feel prickled and your stomach turn. This documentary definitely has that and more.

  2. Ayinde Anderson's rating of the film Tempestad

    Faceless interview combined with striking images creates great synergy here

  3. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Tempestad

  4. Atzin Ortiz González's rating of the film Tempestad

    A poetic wonder. A harsh journey through Mexico's tumultuous context of violence where it's horrors are subtley suggested through its powerful imagery and the narrative, one heard and one seen, of its two women. Mexico's finest film of the year.

  5. Absentia's rating of the film Tempestad

    Tempestad is pain, despair, injustice, fear, impunity, life and death...Tatiana Huezo films all this through an impressive imaginative powerful. Stunning work!

  6. Frank ViSo's rating of the film Tempestad

  7. Caitlin's rating of the film Tempestad

    Two women tell their stories. One woman suffered the trauma of wrongful imprisonment. The other woman must bear the anguish of her daughter's disappearance. In one scene, the woman with the missing daughter sits with friends; they laugh and then begin to cry, aware of the absence. This film is about how both horror and beauty coexist in the lives of two Mexican women. A haunting cinematic experience.

  8. Graf von Zahl's rating of the film Tempestad

    Not a fan of mexican cinema but the movie is told in a way you feel very close to main characters which makes it convincing. By doing this raises serious concerns about current situation in Mexico.

  9. Dries's rating of the film Tempestad

  10. Nadin's rating of the film Tempestad

    My favourite film of the ones I have seen at this year's Berlinale. A moving and engaging story. Tempestad is a hard-hitting portrait of Mexico, and should be seen in line with, for example, Amat Escalante's work on the country.