The new film starring Ricardo Darín is a failed psychological thriller, which is more interesting when more is left to the spectator’s decision.
Celina Murga builds a funny and entertaining documentary. She also manages to reflect a world like the educational scope with grace and good eye.
Bordering the adventure cinema, Alejandro Fadel dissapoints with a movie that shows its influences but never builds anything interesting.
A brave film, that dares to contradict, from its director´s perspective, some common places of the official historical narrative.
Nicolás Prividera achieves a great review of the argentinian history, from voices and niches of the Recoleta Cemetery, beyond a certain mechanic narrative somewhat repetitive.
Pablo Trapero builds a film as thrilling as failed. A movie that grows from their greys, but falls when it comes the time to solve the different subplots that posed.
Alejandro Chomski takes one of the emblematic works of Adolfo Bioy Casares and builds a movie that takes a muted vision at the “costumbrista” cinema, mixing it with science fiction. The problem is its excessive stiffness and pomposity.
Without appealing to an external narrator or extradiegetic music, the filmmaker gives voice to the elderly people. Downtown ends up being a tribute to what was and no longer is.