If I'm being honest, one of my very favorite films that played at the Toronto Film Festival this year is something I saw in May at Cannes. At the time, I did an impromptu interview with the director of the movie, Gerardo Naranjo. At the time, I didn't run it, so I thought this morning, I'd publish the interview for the first time, and then republish the review I wrote. Since I published it with another review, and since we weren't doing letter grades at the time, I thought I'd take the opportunity to assign it the one it deserves now.
The thing is, there's a limited release of this film supposedly set for October 14th, but there's no ads for it yet, and we're only a month out. This film needs some time to build a head of steam, and it needs the support of the critical community to convince audiences to give it a try. I hope Fox really tries with this one in the US, and that this isn't a cursory release. Here's my original review, and I think you'll see just how enthused I was when I saw it. Nothing's changed almost five months later: