Quite a while ago, I watched Summer of Goliath (2010) by Nicolas Pereda, a hugely interesting slow-film director from Mexico. Pereda is not only interesting because of the aesthetics he employs. He is also living in Canada, if I'm not completely mistaken. This means that he always returns "home" for filming. For me, it's bound to result in an interesting, but also blurred line between objectivity and subjectivity. This isn't the only blurred line . . .
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