This film had a great look. It used the texture of the abandoned building and random objects and pedals (It's hard to tell in this small format) very well. That said, I really not sure what this was about. There is this guy who is wandering about the place and I think he's looking at bullet shells and rose pedals and it seems to be symbolic of something. Hamlet by the description. It might be the intent of the filmmakers that this just be about mood and ambience and that's fine. It definitely had mood and ambience. Not really my thing, but I can appreciate the look and feel of the film.
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A review of Matadora (The Angela Hernandez Story)by ptamaribuchi on 06/30/2008A few qualifiers: I break my review into two parts. The first is page notes which are just my thoughts as I read the screenplay. I try not to censor myself and just write down my thoughts on what is working or not for me. The second part is my summary of notes looking at the positive and improvement. Hope this is helpful... 1-3: Good hook. Nice intro. A little confusing... read