De jueves a domingo (Thursday Till Sunday)
De jueves a domingo (Thursday Till Sunday) (2012)

10 year old Lucia (Santi Ahumada) and her younger brother Manuel (Emiliano Freifeld) watch quietly as their parents' marriage crumbles during a vacation to locate a secluded parcel of land once purchased by their grandfather. Though… More

Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Drama
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Critic Score: 81% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Wally Hammond
Time Out

What distinguishes Castillo's film is the facility and accuracy with which she understands, remembers and recreates the fish-bowl vistas and claustrophobic intimacy of a long car-bound journey.

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Chris Knight
National Post

[It] feels as long as its name, with long, mostly silent stretches devoted to staring out the window at the stark, scrubby scenery.

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Andrew Schenker
Little White Lies

Sotomayor's movie is more than the sum of its carefully accumulated details.

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Loren King
Boston Globe

The naturalistic acting is uniformly good, but Ahumada is most memorable. Fresh-faced, wise, and sensitive, she is the antithesis of the manufactured precocious adolescent in Hollywood films.

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Radheyan Simonpillai
NOW Toronto

Sotomayor's vivid compositions establish environments and spaces tellingly, hinting at the family's history and current state through minor details and gestures, suggesting the bigger picture without ever explaining it.

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Mike McCahill
Guardian

It's prone to burying its sharper observations under drift, but the performers, working almost in teams, are convincing, and Sotomayor elicits consistently charming responses from Ahumada in particular: bored, wistful, alert to the trouble ahead.

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Jay Weissberg
Variety

Says and conveys more substance with a seemingly casual glance than most action-packed vehicles.

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Philip French
Observer [UK]

The takes are long, static and not always rewarding, but Santi Ahumada's performance as Lucía has the qualities we used to associate with Italian neo-realism.

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Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph

While the dramatic content is taxingly minimal, the cinematography by Bárbara Álvarez (The Headless Woman) is full of emotional clues.

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Flixster Audience Score: 59% Flixster User Reviews
The Movie Waffler
Ana (Giannini) and Papa (Perez-Bannen) wake their two young kids, Lucia (Ahumada) and Manuel (Freifeld), early one Thursday morning and set off from their home… More