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Nadia de Santiago,
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Visually stunning, great action movie with something extra
The best movie in the Malaga Film Festival, for sure.
"Proyecto Dos" is a thriller that, at times, screams Tony Scott. And that's an oddity in Spain. It is also quite uncommon to see the film's rhythm in Spanish cinema too.
But it had something extra that keeps you guessing: it is a film about identity crisis that deals with the matter "What if I am not unique in the world?" not in terms of ego, but poses the troubling question "What if my memories, my achievements, my emotions, are borrowed?".
I don't know if there is enough scientific evidence to sustain the film's premise, but I found the result challenging and highly entertaining. 9 out of 10.
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