Alan Newnham’s review published on Letterboxd:
The first third of Thesis shows promise of an engaging mystery preoccupied with academic questions of the 'audiovisual' and violence within an era of VHS and home-video.
Though as soon as an identifiable antagonist is introduced it unravels into a convoluted whodunnit plot surrounding a love triangle - or I guess a love square? - soon enough all the promise of the first third of the film fades into the background.
Best advice: turn the film off when you hear the name "Bosco".
Also worth noting: the incredible brutalist architecture of Facultad de Ciencias de la Información at the Complutense University.