A sexy, romantic and uncomfortably chilling tale of love and deception from first time director Marcelo Briem Stamm. Handsome middle class Manuel (Patrico Ramos), hurt by his previous ... See full summary »
Marcelo Briem Stamm
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I was very disappointed with this movie. After reading the information about it, it sounded interesting but the movie is very slow moving and only has roughly 20 lines of dialog in the whole movie! The director spends way too much time showing the boys walking down a road, walking through a forest, walking through a field, walking, walking, walking. If you ever wanted to see a movie that shows people walking, this one's for you. Otherwise, I considered it a waste of my time. Aside from a few scenes where they have sex with people they come across on the road, there is very little character development because as previously mentioned, there isn't much dialog. And don't expect to make any more sense out of them at the end of the movie - nope, it just ends without any type of resolution.
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