Tais Nøhr Larsen’s review published on Letterboxd:
Yes, it is beautiful and the cinematpgraphy is excellent. I also think the story in genuinly touching. However, It is also boring as hell and lasts forever. As somebody who puts a lot of value into the story or films, this has a way to artistic tempo. So many of the scenes are not necesary and seems like they are only there for aeatetic reason. Also, why in gods name is this not in color?
It's sad because it does have a great story about the rough reality of being a woman in mexicos 1970's that i do want to watch.