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There's wondrous imagery, as there always is... But the filmmaker's navel-gazing tendencies slowly take over, making it clear that this is a movie by Reygadas, for Reygadas, and exists to please an audience of one.
A maddeningly over-indulgent bid at self-analysis on screen that even the director's shrink might find banal.
Maddeningly distancing at almost every turn, lacking the spiritual and existential breadth of even Reygadas' most impenetrable work.
Like all other Reygadas films, Our Time is beautiful, and his newfound focus on life's pleasures rather than strictly its agonies makes for a unique texture.
"I think that the excessive duration of the film, which is around three hours, dilutes a good part of his discourse".
Our Time is gorgeously shot, naturally, and the intentions are well-meaning but far too self-serving. Gone is the hypnotism of Reygadas' best work; the soulful spirituality and existentialism...
Our Time is the story of a man who thought he could dominate everything and who ended up discovering that he was just that: a man. [Full review in Spanish]
Ambitious, recalls human atavism, which is only nuanced with the contributions of modern technology. [Full Review in Spanish]
The exposed intimacy in which the director inserts himself... is full of his cinematic calling cards: long sequences without scripted dialogue, the wild as a symbol of the human and a slow pace that delights in the environment. [Full review in Spanish]
[Our Time] has a propensity to place the camera in unusual places... that at least gives us a rest from the family psychodrama. [Full review in Spanish]
Carlos Reygadas directs a film about insecurity and love that is as visionary as it is problematic. [Full Review in Spanish]
Throughout Reygadas's films there have been many threads that recur and in Our Time, he shows a sensibility in how he shows mundane events and how they can carry more meaning than we think. [Full Review in Spanish]
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