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Damián Szifron showed his talent with the fantastic series "Los
Simuladores". He proved worthy of maintaining interesting premises with
great, well thought, provocative scripts. His characters are mysterious
yet rich in human provokations and a good, universal humor.
"Hermanos y Detectives" is not the conventional policial story. Two brothers, one working on the police and another a genius child, will solve crimes with a crystal logic, making the viewer believe he/she's watching an Agatha Christie vivid tale.
The Argentinean landscapes are transformed into appalling and brave, hypnotic and attractive. The performances are natural and new school-like, appealing to realism. The originality with which each chapter develops leaves the viewer asking for more. Great Work from Argentina!
I'm not very good for watching series because I'm just too lazy to
follow them, but "Hermanos y Detectives" is really captivating and
leaves one wanting more every time. Each episode lasts one hour, but
feels like ten minutes. It's funny, sad, exciting, it's a lot of things
at the same time. What a beautiful thing it is!
This work of brilliance counts with the amazing acting of Rodrigo Noya (Lorenzo Montero), a promising young boy who captures perfectly well the emotional side of his intelligent but naive character; Osky Guzmán (Mansilla), who is funny without even wanting it; and of course, Rodrigo De la Serna (Franco Montero) who represents amazingly his character's facade and consequent vulnerability and longing for brotherly love.
Unfortunately, the series only consists of ten episodes. I wish it had more seasons; however, the shortness makes me appreciate "Hermanos y Detectives" even more and really focus on every episode with all my might. Of course, I bought the DVD, and I think you should too!
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