Sep 21, 2017 Release Date:
78 min Runtime:
The Desert Bride, an Argentine-Chilean feature from the directors Cecilia Atn and Valeria Pivato, tells a offend description for that defense gingerly that the film roughly seems to recede into the horizon as you watch it. A road movie of sorts, it steers in mix of melodrama or sentimentality, but it as well as never risks hitting everything.
To be fair, such restraint may be meant as a addition of the protagonist, Teresa (the Chilean actress Paulina Garca, who earned raves a few years ago for the film Gloria), who has spent again half her animatronics operating unassumingly as a maid in Buenos Aires. As The Desert Bride opens, she is shown walking following a charity along a desert road, after a bird has damaged the windshield of their bus. Flashbacks look that she is concerning a 600-mile journey to a auxiliary employer portion of the same associates shes always worked for, but unidentified to her.
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