I didn't have anything expectation for this but it turned out to be a good movie. It's for people that feel little bit lost! Netflix should reconsider making tv show about it.
Reviewed by ksf-28 / 10 / 10
one lady's drama
I just LOVE that title. written and directed by Che Sandoval. Martina (Antonella Costa) is a singer in Argentina , and has lost her mojo. the title says it all; energetically. sexually. When Fran and César (Dindi Jane and Pedro Campos) find her missing cat, a new adventure is opened up. Fran thinks that she and Martina are long, lost sisters. The verbal dubbing translation isn't so good, but we can see the english captions, which are better. César and Martina hit it off, and she seems to have found her mojo. with many guys! but now she's hooked on César, and follows him back to Chile. where she sees Fran again. this one takes some left and right turns...we're never sure just what Martina will do next. which is her problem as well. she's always been a sex addict, but now she thinks she wants something more. with César. It's a crazy, south american adventure. and not knowing where we're going next is part of the fun. ends on kind of a downer, but i guess Martina has taken back control and will start over again. it's an interesting last 15 minutes. on netflix.
Reviewed by ericobnn8 / 10 / 10
Feels like reality
I'm not sure why exactly, but this film feels almost like reality. Maybe it's the great acting, sincere script, the mundane things they do, or the most likely culprit: how thoroughly flawed and rather insane all the characters are, which give them a powerful dose of believability not found in most other movies. Of course, there are still "surreal" dialogues and situations in the script, but overall, this film feels exquisitely real to me.
However, it suffers from being aimless at times, especially in the last half hour or so, but nothing too bad. I give it a 7.5/10, and it's worth watching!