Criticism of Goodbye: a striking cast that sinks through the mediocre script with reference to its title.

Juan is a convict who begins to enjoy his freedom on weekends after spending years in prison. After the accidental death of his young daughter, he will go to his family nicknamed Los Santos to clarify what happened and exercise his own justice. On his way he will meet Eli, the police in charge of the investigation and both will uncover a network of secrets that travel along the thin and fuzzy line that is justice.

Paco Cabezas returns from his stay in Los Angeles after his work as director and screenwriter at the helm of different series such as American Gods. In this case, it offers us a complete thriller of just under two hours in which there is nothing that we have not seen today. Survive thanks to the colossal rhythm that does not let the viewer breathe along with some wonderful breaks dramatic that fill the first part.

Despite having great actors, it is surprising great performance that reaches the film. All the cast including the secondary ones, manage to transform into the character itself to reach their maximum wealth. It is worth noting Ruth Díaz, Mona Martínez and Mario Casas, who gradually emerges from the basic roles to which we are accustomed.

A script that tries to explain a lot and tell a little

When making a script that covers the maximum possible plots, most of them end simply and without going into depth in their plot. Also its development it is shocking, confusing and frantic; on the contrary, the setting in which the story is told is the ideal one. Seville is full of religious iconography and images that reflect suffering, like that of its protagonists. The streets of Las Tres Mil Viviendas they express everything that little dialogue does not achieve.

Goodbye passes through the public without captivating as a mediocre film that seems to refer to its title. Although the cast has put all the meat on the grill, the script overlaps to leave us feeling very lazy. The lighting in some locations is too dark and superficial, but the great dedication of its director surpasses it and destroys streets that come to life. Goodbye may not be the best thriller, nor the best movie, but only for the magnanimous distribution makes it worthwhile to follow this curvy road through the city of Seville.

Title : MoviePublication date : 2020-07-31Synopsis: Juan is a convict who begins to enjoy his freedom on weekends after spending years in prison. After the accidental death of his young daughter, he will go to his family nicknamed Los Santos to clarify what happened and exercise his own justice. On his way he will meet Eli, the police in charge of the investigation and both will uncover a network of secrets that travel along the thin and fuzzy line that is justice.Director (s): Paco CabezasCast: Mario Casas, Natalia de Molina, Ruth Díaz, Carlos Bardem, Vicente Romero, Mona Martínez, Pepa Aniorte.Gender : Thriller


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