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completely original, brilliant work of writing, cinematography, acting, and direction. Mariano Llinas is a young Argentine director who tells his three interwoven stories in a fascinating way with clever cuts, ambient noise and music, and subtle clues. It's part Cervantes, part Borges--- but really, it's a sly re-invention of film. I posted about it in 2020 and just re-watched it (four hours; broken into the 3-parts that make it very watchable)--- I was even more impressed, if possible.
Hard to find, but finally, it appeared for rent on Amazon Prime; since it only rents for 2 days, we paid the extra bucks for two rentals. One could binge it in two days of 2 hours each and overlap a bit; it certainly wouldn't affect the experience.
Again, if you don't see another film this year, see this one if you can.
I really liked all the narration; it explains what is going on with more detail.
It's funny, at one point I wondered if there was any spoken dialogue, which there is, but the transition to narration is so smoothly done you hardly notice.
Thanks for posting this
parts were the speeches, one by Cuevas (the "God" joke) and the other by Salamone. Of course, the side narrative about the largely forgotten but immensely talented rural architect was fascinating, as well.
One thing I missed: where was "Y?" We have X and Z, and H, but what happened to it?
I think you are talking about a monolith but my memory is not very good and its been a few months since I saw it.
X, H, and Z are the central characters.
? Joking about what? The central characters WERE so identified.
and I do not remember what happened to Y.
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