Sin Nombre (DVD) £5 at (also at Zavvi/The Hut etc)

Sin Nombre (DVD) £5 at (also at Zavvi/The Hut etc)

Found 7th Apr 2010
A beautifully shot, epic film... profoundly original Dazed And Confused

This Sundance prize-winner is a journalistic saga of immigration directed with a thriller's physicality by Cary Joji Fukunaga... Whenever SIN NOMBRE turns violent, it seizes you with its convulsive skill Entertainment Weekly

[A]n evocative and impressive first feature... There is bitter and breathtaking truth in the story and in the story-telling Los Angeles Times

[SIN NOMBRE is] written and directed by the young American Cary Joji Fukunaga... What keeps you watching is his superb eye. Working with his cinematographer, Adriano Goldman, he fills in the cracks of his story with moments of beauty New York Times

Brilliant The Observer

It's the scenes of immigrants heading north atop moving trains which resonate the most--a testament to Adriano Goldman's brilliant, expansive cinematography Total Film

A big new talent arrives on the scene with SIN NOMBRE. Writer-director Cary Joji Fukunaga's enthralling feature debut takes viewers into a shadow world inhabited by many but noticed by few--that of Central America migrants making the perilous trip through Mexico to get the United States border Variety


real shame I can't stand watching subtitled films as this looks quite good from the trailer ive seen...

this movie is superb!
Really enjoyed it!!

Deffo reccomended :thumbsup:
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