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France, Mexico · 2022
1h 22m
Director Michel Franco
Starring Tim Roth, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Iazua Larios, Henry Goodman
Genre Drama

Neil and Alice Bennett are the core of a wealthy family on vacation in Mexico with younger members Colin and Alexa. When a distant emergency cuts their trip short, Neil stays behind while the others fly home. Simmering tensions rise to the fore as the family’s tight-knit order is disrupted.

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The Playlist by Carlos Aguilar

Sundown doesn’t subvert what we’ve come to expect from Franco’s work, but it is still a distinctively cerebral rumination.


Screen Daily by Lee Marshall

There are moments when, like the gaudy lights of Acapulco, Sundown flickers into something rather special when seen from the right angle, in the right mood: a film about a goodbye to life which is also a film about a kind of afterlife.


IndieWire by Nicholas Barber

Roth’s expressions range from slightly dazed to slightly drunk, and so, as the days drift by, Sundown becomes a liberating blend of mystery and existential deadpan comedy.


Variety by Peter Debruge

Yes, Sundown is a mystery, but it’s also a Rorschach test. No two people will see the film the same way.

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