Victor Sartório’s review published on Letterboxd:
Damn, what a fantastic year for movies 2016 was.
Masculinity seen from a really sensive angle. Also, it's visually pleasant, in addition to a plot that overflows a philosophical style and a socio-historical criticism. It's beautiful how they got this simple subject and elegantly turned it into something sophisticated.
I red some people saying that the protagonist has no personality. Well, I've seen by a different viewpoint. I didn't see a character that was private from a personality, but a character that had one big personality being oppressed.
For the third time IN THIS DAY i've changed my 2006's Top 10: letterboxd.com/vsartorio/list/top-10-2016