Carl Sandell’s review published on Letterboxd :
A movie that moves very slowly or in tiny circles as the story and themes are practically fully investigated in the trailer. It takes on the story from an interesting perspective though. The protagonist is so spoiled that she's hard to identify with, but she's also under the impression that she can afford to be morally superior to Pinochet's cronies. It's not too rare for an annoying privileged character to have an awakening and try to make things better, but this manages to feel fresh in that the actual price of the privilege is considered in more sober ways.