A janitor (Quim Gutiérrez) deals with the needs of his sickly father, his brother and a gay friend (Raúl Arévalo).
" Bifurcated images, isolating the characters from their dreams and from one another, create a yearning atmosphere that pulls you in; like their director, you really want them to escape. "
" What could have seemed insufferably self-pitying becomes strangely moving instead -- a sign of a filmmaker placing his absolute trust in their material and coming up all the stronger for it. "
" Writer/director Aravalo and a fine cast tell the story with great charm. "
" Director Daniel Sanchez Arevalo would have done well leaving a few subplots on the cutting-room floor. Quality almost always is better than quantity. "
" Tells [a] ludicrously compact, aggressively 'heartfelt,' colorfully contrived story. "
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