Domino: Caught in the Crisis (Dominó: Agarrado por la Crisis)

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Amador

This is a terrible film, badly edited, terribly acted, with a cliched plot shot with stereotyped imagery that borders on the exploitation of the gypsy community and a patently superficial understanding of the crisis. Although the director has found some interesting interiors to make some ...Read more

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Eve

We saw how devastating the economic crisis of 2008 was for individuals. Tens of thousands of people lost their jobs, their homes, and found themselves laboring under debts that seem impossible for them ever to pay. Middle-aged people with family obligations were among those hardest hit, but ...Read more

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