Every night at 23:32 for only 32 seconds, we witness Ivan's life.
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Roberto García Suárez ...
Iván
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Roel
Berenice Almaguer ...
Mariana
David González Zorrilla ...
Santiago
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Every night at 23:32 for only 32 seconds, we witness Ivan's life.

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How long can you live in 32 seconds?

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29 September 2006 (Mexico)  »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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Contemporary Sensivity
19 September 2006 | by (Monterrey, México) – See all my reviews

Asi, is an special movie, the proposal of the 32 seconds scenes, Being part of the Intruso Movement. And for me the most important issue is the lack of dramatic elements to make a traditional on going story and instead adventuring on the real. Some other users have expressed about the movie as boring, this in certain way can be true, since once Hitchcock remarked "Making drama is, taking life as it is and cutting off the boring parts", well Jesus Mario Lozano in his proposal dos not cut them off, besides of that uses them to remark the characters life, so close to real contemporary life, that it punches you in the face.

The main problem with the movie, can be some technical aspects, mainly the sound. Due to some problems (This movie was extremely low budget) the sound had to be dubbed in its totality, and this also diminished in a great amount the acting. If you see just the on scene acting you can notice very natural acting, but if you put attention to the dialog, the sound and some intentions don't match, so this little problem makes a lot of damage.

A comment must be done on the photography, very normal in aspect very every day image on your room, but focused on the aesthetic approach to that. In general terms Asi is a good movie to try a different cinematic vision, the vision of the every day.


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