Un Certain Regard Festival de Cannes 76th.
" ... Alejo Maglio did an excellent job in this regard. The lighting seems to reflect the different characters of Morán and Román, and how differently they are dealing with their situation. It brings to mind the light work in Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Lola..." By Katrin Büchler - Cineuropa.
" ... With absolutely gorgeous cinematography by Alejo Maglio, the senses are treated to a stunning visual experience for most of the runtime, which is a blessing for a movie that demands a lot of its audience for three whole hours." By Anna Miller - Next Best Picture.
"... Shot by Alejo Maglio on film — or digital made to resemble film — it has a New Wave-ish aesthetic that favors realism and natural light over anything overtly stylish." By Jordan Mintzer - The Hollywood Reporter.
"... Shot by Alejo Maglio with some lovely crossfades and rather effective screen wipes, the film luxuriates in the area’s rugged landscape and convincingly makes its case without cheap sentiment––on more than one occasion I began to question some of my own life choices." By Rory O'Connor - The Film Stage.
"... They are a vision in bucolic splendor, shot in warm tones and framed with a clean, tableau-like precision, by DP Alejo Maglio ..." By Caitlin Quinlan - Reverse Shot.