"All you harsh critics didn't get this film and that's okay, not everyone has to enjoy the same things. But there are some of us out there, David Jenkins included, who appreciated what the film was trying to do: show the inner life of a woman in shock over having possibly committed a crime, and also to create the realistic environment in which she lives. This was interesting to me for two reasons. One, because of the brilliant performance of the lead actress, I was endlessly curious about what had happened to her and how she would react to social interactions. And second, because I've never been to Argentina, I was intrigued as I got an education about the stratification of that society and how it is similar and different to the one in which I live. Although this film won't top my best film list, it was memorable and provocative, and that's saying a lot."