Chile’s entry for Best Foreign Film this  story set in Santiago centres on Gloria, a free-spirited older woman, and the realities of her whirlwind relationship with a former naval officer whom she meets out in the clubs.

Dir: Sebastian Lelio

Audience Score: 46.34%


  • A woman on her own trying to lead a life! Well portrayed. Painful realism for the divorced middle-aged women!
  • Rarely does a film rely so implicitly on a towering central performance. It had it. However it didn’t interest me much.
  • Redeemed by starring 2 older people! And we saw them being sexual!
  • Best part was “The End”…
  • What a depressing film!
  • If it had been a short film then maybe but paint drying comes to mind.
  • I liked his purple shirt.
  • Lightweight – I was disappointed.
  • Nothing happens in this film.

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