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Unlike Tim Burton's 'Ed Wood,' it doesn't make a convincing case for Orol as an artist, even a demented or incompetent one. The film shows us little of Orol's work; we don't know why critics hated his movies, or why the public liked them.
There's a good story here. Too bad del Amo's shallow nostalgia fails to ignite any of the melodramatic passion, or the accidental comedy, Orol's own films may possess.
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