Christian Science Monitor

By David Sterritt
Gentle, humanistic, delicious.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
But while this piquant, tapas-like movie (a 2003 film- festival favorite only now being released) asserts that landscape is a kind of destiny from which one cannot escape, Sorin takes delighted, serious interest in how far a person can advance psychologically, even if all roads lead back to a home at the end of the world.
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By David Rooney
Endowed with captivating simplicity, gentle humor, rich humanity and infectious generosity of spirit.
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Seattle Post-Intelligencer

By Bill White
Genuinely funny and sweet, the film's "everybody wins" philosophy resonates beyond the feel-good surfaces.
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The New Republic

By Stanley Kauffmann
The name of Hugo Colace ought to be known to the film world. He is the cinematographer of an Argentinean film called Intimate Stories. Not since some Tibetan films have I seen such vastness, sparsely inhabited, almost ringing with immensity.
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Village Voice

It's a perfectly realized grace note whose lack of any obvious message only reinforces the movie's abundant wisdom and patient humanism.
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New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
Has no profound statements to make, but it does provide warm and fuzzy comfort.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
As stripped down as its title, this gentle Argentinian road movie makes much out of very little.
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
A delightful road movie.
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TV Guide

By Ken Fox
Warm and frequently very funny, Argentine director Carlos Sorin's third feature weaves together three story lines into one road-tripping adventure that's a joy ride from beginning to end.
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76 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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