The previews made this film seem to be an entertaining piece of new Argentine work. Wow, was I wrong. It seems that some new Argentine directors have adopted the beginning of a movie with some bait, so you would remain hooked to the end. It is what happened to me with the El Aura of Bielinski. Lots of twists and turns for little payoff. In this film, I didn't bother, or maybe I could not stand it anymore, and left the movie after the 65 min. mark. When two clueless youngster start philosophizing, that's when my sister and I bolted from the theater. I must say that I love Argentine movies, and make it a point to watch as many as possible when in Buenos Aires. However, this must be the most boring, slow, technically inept movie I have seen in a while. Too bad, because the premise of the film had some possibilities.
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