Laura, a Spanish woman living in Buenos Aires, returns to her hometown outside Madrid with her two children to attend her sister's wedding. However, the trip is upset by unexpected events that bring secrets into the open.
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You know, Jimmy, this world is going to erase you. There's not a place in this world for you. For people like you, couple of years, you were gonna be just a shadow, just like me.
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intense quick journey into a somewhat disturbingly obsessed mind.
Well first i gotta say I loved seeing Maggie Gyllenhaal back to big screen ,, and it's safe to say she's still one of few actresses that is comfortable with her body ;) :D
The movie is really good ,, though it looked short ,, which implies somehow the plot was not fully structurally complete but still it was a near ideal drama of the obsessive mind to the wanna be ... that's what gave the movie more intense and thrill ingested in that Drama screenplay , and as i said even though it looked short yet it gave a not shocking but satisfactory ending.
The cast were all really good ,, the talented Maggie Gyllenhaal ,, always acing that desperate facial expression,, hopeful yet tense ,, the kid too "Parker Sevak" for a 5 year old first time on the business, he did really well.
final thought, yet again, Netflix is here to stay, and i think they are on the way to take over...
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