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El Angel (El ángel)

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There are more amazing events we are having with a young man named Carlitos, a young man of seventeen who has blond hair and a child's face. Carletus may have aspired to be a young man with many different dreams, but he never moved away from his adolescence. As the days go by, Carlitos meets his friend Ramon, a young man he met at school, both of whom decide to embark on a new journey of crime and love in a changing way. Karlitus's life has changed to the worst, with many robberies, murders and other crimes brought to prison.
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AwardsCircuit.com
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November 16, 2018

The film is well done in establishing its mood. However, it never succeeds in keeping the characters interesting.
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Noir City
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December 20, 2018

Captivatingly nasty.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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November 13, 2018

The movie is made with skill, but it's so relentless in backing away from any psychologizing or moralizing - or just about anything else that might give us a handle on what makes this monster tick - that it finally feels like an empty horror show.
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Brightest Young Things
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November 16, 2018

At one point, a filmmaker must draw a line in the sand so his audience knows how to react. This movie dances across such a line until it is no longer there.
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Entertainment Weekly
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November 12, 2018

Ortega has a real eye for flashy, chaotic set pieces and a real ear for excellent Latin rock needle drops on the film's killer Scorsese-inspired soundtrack.
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Columbus Underground
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January 09, 2019

the sheer off-kilter spectacle that finds its focus in small, weird moments is too great to dismiss
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Chicago Tribune
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January 10, 2019

Too little of "El Angel" escapes a second-hand, been-there, killed-that feeling.
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Cinemalogue
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November 30, 2018

Although the characters aren't sympathetic, the film benefits from stylish period visuals, subtle treatment of its homoerotic subtext, and charismatic performances.
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RogerEbert.com
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November 09, 2018

It's a hell of a story-spruced up and splashed on a big, colorful screen-with a lot to show but little to say.
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The Patriot Ledger
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November 17, 2018

Ferro's superb performance makes it a highly worthwhile ride.
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Arizona Republic
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December 05, 2018

The full story has been sacrificed in the service of maintaining the balance between horror and fascination. And Ferro really has created a fascinating screen character.
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NPR
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November 08, 2018

El Angel is sensuous enough to suggest the work of Pedro Almodovar.
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