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I read many reviews before seeing "Tesis...", some of which were talking about this film with Ricardo Darin was at the level of "The Secret in Their Eyes".
Far from being a bad movie, we can say that is far from "The Secret in Their Eyes", perhaps one of the best productions of the Argentina film history.
In "Tesis ...", the cinematography was maintained to the end. However, the Director forgot to give empathy and action to the story and he focused exclusively on achieving good levels to the camera, which in itself is very good for Argentine cinema, but does not help you achieve a good movie in the balance sheet.
The lack of pace of the scenes, added to the "slow motion" soundtrack, with excesses in the silence of the main characters, made a frame interesting in itself, become monotonous and boring.
I repeat: it is not a bad movie, but it is too far from a "The Secret in Their Eyes".
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