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Screen Daily

The elegance of this picture, the thing the elevates it to a genuinely arresting arthouse must-watch, comes with the unexpected, unshowy introduction of contemporary elements into two key scenes.

Read review Wendy Ide
El Periódico

To stage the dreadful main character's ending, the film adopts a fearless tone closer to humor than tragedy. This adds venom to a utterly violent satire that is completely relevant nowadays.

Read review Nando Salvà
El Mundo

All the movie, in fact, is empty of any passion, emotion of noise. Everything happens in an atmosphere half autistic half strange- In other words, in another place.

Read review Luis Martínez

'Angelo' is not embalming history, however. From those unforgiving fluorescent lights to the chasms of scoreless silence that separate its brief, mocking twirls of baroque harpsichord, even the iciest modernist flourishes of this extraordinary film serve to enliven its narrative, to place it in a 21st-century context ? where, finally and most cuttingly, 'Angelo'?s treatment doesn?t look all that unfamiliar.

Read review Guy Lodge

A masterful filmmaking lesson.

Read review Carlos Loureda