Cast and crew
Juan David Restrepo
Taking an unflinching look at the small value human life seems to have in Medellin through the eyes of Fernando and his relationship with Alexis was maybe a good idea to start with, but the problem with this on-screen garbage is that these two aspects only serve as an excuse for a fundamentally sleazy and exploitative excuse for diplaying any kind of gratuitous violence, to such a degree that at a certain point, the movie loses all its credibility and value, displaying with great complacency an authentic killing spree that Fernando and Alexis go on during their walks in Medellin. And the most pathetic scene is definitely the one with the dog, which both of them seem SO DESPERATE to have to kill. OK, the movie is misanthropic, but this aspect is no way a redeeming quality: after all, the nazis also preferred animals to the overwhelming majority of mankind. To sum up, this is only a huge nauseating crap.