Unit 7: Film Review
Seattle International Film Festival, Ambiente
Antonio de la Torre, Mario Casas, Joaquín Núñez, José Manuel Poga, Inma Cuesta
Alberto Rodriguez's film follows one unit in a crime-fighting force tasked with cleaning the city of Seville.
SEATTLE — An engrossing policier covering five years in the life of a dirty narc squad, Alberto Rodríguez's Unit 7 prowls the alleys and rooftops of Seville like William Friedkin on a no-sunshine Spanish holiday. Arthouse prospects are strong for the gritty, well paced pic.
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