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Plot: Arnulfo Rubio smuggles weapons for a deadly Mexican cartel. ATF agent Hank Harris attempts to apprehend him, but gets kidnapped by Rubio, instead. Rubio takes him to his bosses, but during the 600-miles-long drive, they slowly befriend. Runtime: 85 mins Release Date: 03 Dec 2015
"600 Miles" or "600 Millas", stars Tim Roth and Kristyan Ferrer, and is the directorial debut of Gabriel Ripstein, who wrote the script for another Tim Roth movie "Chronic" 2015 . The film won the Best First Feature Award at the Berlin International Film Festival. The film was met with much hype by critics and audiences but didn't get a big theatrical release.The film follows the characters of Arnulfo Ferrer and Hank Roth . Arnulfo is a very young man who smuggles weapons across the border to Mexico along with his associate Carson Harrison Thomas . <more>
Arnulfo works for his uncle who is either a member or the leader of the weapon smuggling mob. Hank is an ATF agent who has been tracking down Arnulfo and Carson, knowing that they're buying a lot of guns. One day Hank confronts the two young men and things go South. Hank is kidnapped by Arnulfo and smuggled into Mexico. As the two characters become weary of what they are doing and the situation they are in they must work together to get themselves out of it. "600 Miles" is a very well crafted film that has very strong performances by the two leads Roth and Ferrer . The two actors have such good chemistry and it translates beautifully on screen as the characters they play get to know a little more about the other and soon have a complicated relationship. Tim Roth is gold in this movie, he's the best part of this film, in my opinion. Roth gives a very realistic approach to the character he's playing and adds the humanity that this film so dearly needs. Ferrer did very well in the film as well. Ferrer plays a very complicated character in the movie and you never really know what his character's motives are.The directing in the film was handled very well. The cinematography is good as well, nothing truly spectacular but I did very much like the angles in which they shot the film and the long drawn out takes. The story was very subtle but powerful at the same time, a beautiful combination which I adore very much. A couple of issues I had with the film was the editing. Certain scenes in the film would have a significant jump in time and leave a very big gap. This didn't bother me that much since it didn't hurt or affect the story but it was definitely noticeable. Certain scenes would just end and the next scene would be hours or days after the last one. Now I know many people have an issue with the ending of the film, I'll be honest when the film supposedly ended I laughed and asked myself "That's it?". Now I do think that that type of ending was intentional but if you stay through the end credits you'll see what the film was going for.Overall "600 Miles" is a solid film with great direction, acting, and a tense story. I would recommend it to any Tim Roth fan out there because he gives a very good performance in this film. Hope this review helped you decide whether "600 Miles" is or is not for you.
Nice modern day western vibe to it. (by subxerogravity)
600 miles starts off with a very Intriguing look into America's gun control policy.I learned a lot about how and where I can purchase a firearm. Some instances I sincerely hope are being over exaggerated by the film.The movie really comes to life the moment Tim Roth's character comes into it. It's a slow paced drama, that feeds on his low key and very effective performance, as an ATF officer, very imperfect in doing a very dangerous job.His relationship with Arnulfo, a weapons smuggler who kidnaps him was fantastic. Every thing was so subtle as these guys barely said but a few <more>
words to each other, yet you could see the connection coming between them. Just amazing and effective filmmaking.I also like how the movie was dubbed in both Spanish and English. Not that you really needed dialog to understand the movie.It was a small movie that was able to tap into the human emotion and really suck you in with the great performances and excellent film structure.
A ride that takes the viewer through the lowest brick of crime and justice and their relationship (by andrestejeiro)
The son of Mexico's prominent filmmaker Arturo Ripstein, makes a debut like a few, with a big cinematic crime thriller that talks about humanity and it's advantages and disadvantages through the smallest workers of each band, the one of the crime a Mexican drug cartel and the one from the justice ATF , showing that none of them are evil or good, they are just acting from their human behavior. There is not a big plot and a big twist, as it more focused on it's principle themes, the film shows an agent that get caught in a nasty situation when a young criminal he is following <more>
gets to apprehend him and the relation they create in a long travel the criminal has to do to show him to his boss. That's it, the interesting part is how the director takes this simple actions to go further, approaching the substance of his film with delicate affection. With a calm rhythm and performances well directed Tim and Krystian develop and incredible chemistry , this film gets to the point it is looking for. The cinematography is clean, very natural. Maybe it is not for everyone and less the mainstream audience but it will keep them in their sits with a couple good but breve shootouts as it is no intention to look for an action flick position. Deep, meaningful and beautiful. One of the best films Mexico produced this year.
I really hope this film gets a theatrical US release, at least in some limited theaters. I think it's a pretty effective character piece, even if much of it is driven by its plot and circumstances. It succeeds in its ability to make us empathize with its characters and humanize them even when not forgiving their flaws. There are many films of this type, but this is just another one that cleverly walks a fine line between being a crime tragedy and also exposing the horrors that come with people involved n this kind of business. It's effective, and definitely recommended in terms of <more>
what cinema fans may want to see. Definitely seek this one out, do yourself a favor.