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Gael García Bernal,
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Down on Me
Written, Produced and Performed by Jared N. Hara, Michael J. Campbell, William Weiner, Maxmillian D'Anda
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Worth going through a rocky beginning to experience a profound and tasteful ending
At first one wonders what the hell is happening. Indeed, the first 20 mn is fragile and a little chaotic, trying to find it's pace and purpose. When suddenly, a true poignant dramatic scene embodied by C. Ricci's beautiful performance echoes with all the rest of a refined and all-star cast, isolated in different segments. The movie then manages to elegantly transmit a highly universal presentation of what it is to Mother in a strong, impacting and profound manner. In the end, the spectator has experienced a humble, innovative and grounded cinematic expression about a universal theme: motherhood from beginning to end, a thing called LIFE!
I can't help to wonder if bad reviewers have indeed watch the movie until the end...
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