Los Reyes

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    Matthew LickonaSan Diego Reader
    It's a clever portrait of masculine drift, approached in sly and sidelong fashion: as background to the peaceful days of two happy mammals who never give thought to the approaching and encircling flies.
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    Ben SachsChicago Reader
    Los Reyes is a charming, calming film, though it's also somewhat one-note...
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    Bilge EbiriNew York Times
    The directors avoid symbolism or didacticism, and instead immerse us in a sense of life lived at the languid pace of an afternoon daydream.
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    Neil YoungHollywood Reporter
    Low on incidents but high on atmosphere and unassuming charm.
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    Peter DebrugeVariety
    A charmingly roundabout documentary born of curiosity, patience, and no small amount of inventiveness on the part of its authors...
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    Clarín StaffClarín
    Dog lovers will without a doubt love this film. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Diego BatlleLa Nación (Argentina)
    A documentary starring two street dogs is, without a doubt, an authentic rarity... The result is not only surprising but fascinating as well. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Marshall ShafferCrooked Marquee
    Los Reyes makes for the boldest reinvention of cinematic grammar this year but never feels like an academic exercise because the lovable pooches win us over time and again.
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    Jennie KermodeEye for Film
    Gently paced and framed in a skilful yet unobtrusive way, this film has something of the hypnotic power of a hot day when there's nothing in particular to do. It's surprisingly compelling viewing.
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    Pat PaduaWashington City Paper
    With extreme close-ups of the dogs at rest and at play, Los Reyes is one of the more experimental dog stories you'll see, but it's not without its Hollywood-style arc, making you care about the dogs' welfare.
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