I reviewed Alonso's Los Muertos earlier this month. Liverpool is my third Alonso film, and I have the feeling that his filmmaking has slightly changed since he made his first feature film. Liverpool is a slow film, but it has, especially for my interests, some quite interesting differences to, say, La Libertad.
In particular the beginning, which shows Farrel, a merchant sailor, on . . .
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