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Nick D (ag) wrote: I read where this film from the Philippines is an exemplar of "slow cinema." This is an understatement, as the four-hour examination of the minutiae of daily lives of the poor in a small town area of the country flows like molasses. Somewhat based upon 'Crime and Punishment,' we have a frustrated and somewhat pompous law student taking the life of a heartless loan shark, a kind of queen of the community whose access to small amounts of capital hold life and death power over many. I enjoyed the deeply embedded analysis of the country's politics from what feels like an authentic perspective. But I would say that "slow cinema" could be "cinema" if the filmmaker was willing to hire an editor.
Michelle C (fr) wrote: I'm not sure I will watch any more hidden gems on Netflix. It's not that this is a bad movie, it's just not that great of a movie. The main character is just not likable. It's at least a different character study kind of movie?
Mike W (de) wrote: Every parent deserves a kid!
Teo Z (fr) wrote: nice movie although the original novel is even much better.
LipsLikeMorphine (mx) wrote: So funny, and i totally know where their coming from ;D
John B (gb) wrote: What they've tried to do is take one of the most violent films ever and turn it into a kids film. They removed everything that made the first film so great.
Javeria (jp) wrote: so so so slow that fell asleep after 10mins
Gemma B (fr) wrote: I really want to see Ava Gardener in a film, i'm not sure why...