Y Tu Mamá También

Y Tu Mamá También ★★★★½

wow. Just incredible. Feels like a personal one like Roma that Cuaron probably felt he needed to make. But it was really tender and poignant. Can imagine a lot of the sexual concepts relating to others but it’s a relatively universal thing to where I can comprehend it. Overall though I loved it’s portrayal on the complexities of relationships and certain feelings in the moment. The three main characters played off each other perfectly and displayed those concepts to such a delight. Didn’t hit at much I thought it would but still incredible in so many ways then I was expecting. Fantastic work

Side note: Frank Zappa playing at the end took me out but really fit ahaa.

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