Solitary Fragments (La Soledad)
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Solitary Fragments (La Soledad)
Spanish helmer Jaime Rosales, who dazzled the world with his debut, the 2003 serial killer drama The Hours of the Day, returns to screens for the very different sophomore outing Fragments of Loneliness (AKA Solitary Fragments, 2007) - a defiantly understated and minimalist slice-of-life drama that dissects and explores a myriad of issues affecting contemporary European women. Throughout the narrative, Rosales crisscrosses two ostensibly unrelated substories, which only find a point of intersection in the blood relation of two minor characters. The first tale revolves around Adela (Sonia… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A leisurely but rewardingly intense dual narrative that delicately unpicks the secret lives of women."
‑ Jonathan Holland, Variety
"It is Big Brother without the sensationalism, a soap without the artifice and a documentary without the wobbly camerawork and dark interiors. It is also fantastic."
‑ Boyd van Hoeij,
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