Juan is a small-time grifter. Marcos is several steps up the ladder in terms of ambition andexperience. He takes Juan under his wing, and involves him in a possible Big Score, sellingcounterfeit stamps. Can Juan trust Marcos? Can we in the audience trust anything? This superbcrime film takes great delight in making you question absolutely everything you see, and youwind up in a state of grinning paranoia. Sophisticated, fiendishly intelligent, superblyentertaining filmmaki…g. Do Not Miss It.
The sound (in 5.0 surround) isn’t spectacular, but it is very acceptable. I certainly can’t faultits clarity. The sound effects could be pumped up a notch, but they still do create an environment(the city’s white noise is particularly well done). The music sounds terrific.
The format is 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen. The picture is very sharp and very bright, withexcellent colours, blacks and contrasts. There is the odd speckle here and there, but otherwisethe transfer is very fine.
Minimal: the menu is basic, and the only extras are trailers for Nine Queens, My Wife is anActress, and The Lady & The Duke.
You’ll kick yourself if you don’t see this. Trust me. You don’t know what you’re missing.SEE IT!
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