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JGMCRUZ’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
u can see the involvement in the room, and all ma luv goes to freddy. if it wasnt for him, dis would suck bullocks. dancin and singin not ma thang.
there are two parts ive to make reference cuz they were perfectly well captured:
1) when Gabriel was givin a speech for who was the best singer, we have 3 different ppl: one old, one between ages and one young, each of 'em represents 3 stages in life. 3 different reactions: one dat cant understand, the other dat feels and the latter dat feels and understands. dats life. we want to understand without feeling it, but one cannot do dat, if dat happens he's already a shade dat never was.
2) the last part where he revisits graveyards, snow, musics, mountains (possibilities). we want to be the best singers in life, but not all of us know how to sing. what one can do before the train arrives its station?