I'm afraid it's some kind of a thing for many modern Spanish thriller films to overcomplicate, over-bigly-complicate the plot. A damn shame.
The Thin Red Line (1998) is a beautiful masterpiece that shows us the meaningless of human non-tolerant and aggressive nature. What touched me the most was Terrence Malick's poetic interpretation of human ignorance on beauty, nature and peace/tranquility.
The film's poetic beauty shows in almost every frame, but especially in those mediating images of nature, when Malick wants us to stop and think for a second what beauty we as species are a part of.
There are the moments when…