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Pablo Trapero's beautifully crafted multilayered drama that's also his most enjoyable film in years.
Even when it inspires laughter it doesn't inspire much else. It isn't involving enough for you to ever truly care about how these many, many problems will resolve themselves, and not funny enough for the experience to be more enjoyable.
Trapero's ambitious attempt to strike a unique tone somewhere between serious drama and humorous daytime TV falls awkwardly flat.
In the stillness there are sharp dialogues, a poisonous sort of comedy, but what truly stands out is the films visual poetry. [Full Review in Spanish]
One of the most disturbing and cruelly funny movies of the year. [Full Review in Spanish]
The Quietude is the commendable jump without a net from a creator willing to put himself in a position of risk to remain the same. [Full Review in Spanish]
From Rolling Family (2004) to The Clan (2015), the exploration of family seems to have become one of the specialties of the [Argentinian director] Pablo Trapero. [Full review in Spanish]
A family drama with three great actresses. [Full review in Spanish]
Uncomfortable, provocative, and audacious. [Full Review in Spanish]
But the heartlessness of the film's spoiled sisters is not as despicable as it is pitiful, since it speaks to the callous constructions of Trapero himself.
dark and mysterious... the male gaze was a bit heavy handed
...a well-made, well-acted bit of film festival tedium.
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