Sin Señas Particulares

critic Reviews

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    Steven ScaifeSlant Magazine
    The film is as much about the act of seeing and observing as it is about not seeing, about struggling to recognize that which might not clarify much at all.
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    Beandrea JulyHollywood Reporter
    Signals an exciting arrival by a much-needed voice.
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    Dennis HarveyVariety
    This is a confident, accomplished and distinctive feature directorial debut, even if one can't help being exasperated that so little is learned about the relevant issues by watching it.
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    Wendy IdeScreen International
    [An] impressive and quietly compelling debut feature from Fernanda Valadez.
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    Josh LarsenLarsenOnFilm
    ...lets patient observation and careful framing do most of the talking.
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    Tom SantilliMovie Show Plus
    Identifying Features feels like a fever-dream, with sequences that feel lifted from a Terrence Malick film.
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    Rob ThomasCapital Times (Madison, WI)
    "Identifying Features" strips away the politics and the ideologies surrounding the border, and leaves behind the white-hot emotions of one personal, painful story.
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    Miguel Martín MaestroEl antepenúltimo mohicano
    Mexican Fernanda Valadez's directing debut of offers a solidity, absent of concessions for the viewer. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Rob AldamBackseat Mafia
    Valadez weaves her tale, with a deft mastery and guile, into a nightmarish fever dream.
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    Ricardo GallegosLa Estatuilla
    A masterpiece and an indispensable tale of violence and migration that portrays the harsh reality in Mexico.
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