A German-Mexican co-production that, at two hours running-time, has very little to offer that could be described a “memorable”. With nice cinematography and very good acting, this is not a bad film, but most certainly nothing special.
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Loosely connected characters in loosely connected scenes are used by Martín Reitman to paint a picture of life and its absurdities. A somewhat difficult and artsy piece, but never inaccessible. Only watch Two Shots Fired if you are ready for something different.
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