Sunday, July 8, 2018


Andrey Zvyagintsev was discovered in Venice with 'El regreso' (2003), but Cannes immediately appropriated it. It is already the third time competing for the Palme d'Or; the last was for 'Leviatán' (2014), which earned him the Best Screenplay Award, and has also gone through Un Certain Regard. From a good start we identify it as a Tarkovsky for all audiences, which handles very powerful images, but it is not so deep, nor dense, and it shows itself capable of reaching an audience that is not extremely demanding, as some critics would be.


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