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Watched/Read-the-subtitles at MAMI Film Festival Mumbai!
Realistically showing the real life struggles of private ambulances in Mexico City.
With tons of Insert/Extreme-Closeup/Point-of-view shots, it keeps going upwards and downwards. Sometimes feel like a well written/acted family-drama, other times just a documentary, that's trying too hard.
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