Matt DeTurck’s review published on Letterboxd :
Fascinating. A tossled mix of 80s American influences on a pair of Chilean brothers, anchored by the two excellent lead performances. Great production design & lighting. Sexy, moody, and leaves the audience to wrestle with ideas that linger long after the credits. Not all of it works (including some very clunky sound editing & an inconsistent overlong 3rd act) but it’s always interesting.