TRUST NO ONE, CIRCLE AWARD
Argentina, Mexico, 2018
108 minutes, Color
Barely 20 years old, Dolores Dreier (Lali Espósito) has spent the last 2 years hiding from the outside world under the ever-watchful eyes of her parents. The last person to see her best friend alive before her brutal death, Dolores is the only suspect in her murder. Under intrusive media scrutiny and facing accusations from the general public and the speculation of friends and family, Dolores feels hollowed out and drained from the experience. When she finally acts on her frustration with the media attention and decides to directly challenge a famous talk-show host, she jeopardizes the careful plans her team of lawyers have put into place. Filled with understated tension and ambiguity, Gonzalo Tobal's film never ventures into the realm of culpability. Rather, it's our society's morbid fascination with crime that drives the story and the loss of self that those accused experience. —Toronto International Film Festival
In Spanish with English subtitles
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