Secret in Their Eyes (2015)

PG-13   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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A tight-knit team of rising investigators, along with their supervisor, is suddenly torn apart when they discover that one of their own teenage daughters has been brutally murdered.


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27 November 2019 | asage19
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I haven't seen the original Argentinian film, but I do have a thought... I don't know if it's due to how this version was made or what. My notion is that the idea, the concept of the story is probably uniquely 'other' in flavour, in comparison to North American tastes. OTOH, I have read a lot of good, articulate reviews of this version here, and so I wonder if this film could have been made better, if it had been made in a tighter, more North American fashion. For me, the problem is that I just don't care enough about any of the main characters. The DA Morales is interesting, 'Bumpy' is interesting, in fact all of the characters apart from the main three characters are interesting. It just makes me so sad that the actors of the main roles were stuck in a different movie than the secondary characters ;> Another way I looked at it is that it seems to me that the action in the movie isn't centred around the main characters, it's around the secondary characters. The three main characters are stuck in a slow-as-molasses dreamworld that just isn't all that interesting. I get that it's a psychological thriller, not an action/mystery/thriller film. I just wish that it could have been more compelling and more interesting. By the end of the movie, I felt kinda cheated, just didn't care about the twist, kinda shrugging my shoulders just as the main characters do, in the end. Who cares?

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