Hermano: Film Review
An assured first feature by Venezuela’s Marcel Rasquin, "Hermano" provides an effective lesson in how well traveled subject matter can still pack a potent punch given the right presentation.
PALM SPRINGS — An assured first feature by Venezuela’s Marcel Rasquin, Hermano provides an effective lesson in how well-traveled subject matter can still pack a potent punch given the right presentation. In this case, the inspirational story of a pair of soccer-playing brothers who have a shot at a better life beyond their crime-ridden barrio gets a considerable boost from some dynamic filmmaking, which contrasts effectively with the raw, naturalistic acting to undeniably powerful effect.
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