In a poor suburb of Córdoba capital the romance of Juli (Carla Gusolfino) and Lauti (Ignacio Pedrone) takes place, a suburb with some young people who commit minor crimes and with the police presence as a backdrop. But this is not a story about petty crime or marginality. They are only the framework with which both live. And both also live with their mothers and little brothers. Juli soon emerges as the protagonist, who at 15 becomes pregnant.
How does a teenager who gets on badly with her mother (a notable Carolina Godoy) live this situation? How does Juli experience loneliness and isolation? How do you ask for help? She and her boyfriend agree on the way forward, but how to carry it out?
In Carla Gusolfino's interpretation, the girl and the woman alternate admirably, an alternation that marks the ups and downs in the bond with a perceptive and alert mother. The adults in Las motitos are more present than in Las mil y una by Clarisa Navas, another movie about young people.
The film by María Barrionuevo and María Gabriela Vidal (based on a novel by the latter) accompanies all its characters and their decisions with naturalness, affection and respect.
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Juliana and Lautaro live in a poor neighborhood surrounded by policemen. They are in love, and they are facing an unwanted pregnancy. They don't know what to do. Who will they turn to avoid illegality and abandonment? Juliana's mother, Flor, notice what is going on and decides to take action. Afterward, the teenagers will meet again.
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April 12, 2022 at 08:20 PM