But the movie is worth your time. Writer/director Julián Hernández has crafted a finely wrought work of camera choreography, a film that comes across like a modern dance piece or performance art project. Without words, the two lovers act with their eyes and bodies, striking carefully plotted poses and circling around each other -- and the camera -- in fascinating ways. Alejandro Canto's cinematography is masterful and innovative.
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And it can't. A tale of teenage romantic obsession, it ventures inside the mind of Gerardo (Juan Carlos Ortuño), a young Mexican wandering rundown neighborhoods on the wrong side of Mexico City, and finds...not much. The blank-faced and nearly silent 17-year-old may be in torment, but he doesn't show it, and the story takes him nowhere but around in circles.
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