Mexican auteur Michel Franco delivers both a searing and remarkably cold exploration of wealth disparity. Sundown follows a seemingly indifferent British man as he abandons his family for the trappings of Acapulco. The plot builds slowly with sparse dialogue and visual cues. Then punches in the gut with fleeting violence that brings the true scope of the narrative into focus. Sundown is a calculated character study across the societal spectrum. It paints an ugly picture of a beautiful place.
A wealthy British man (Tim Roth) abandons his life and family in Acapulco with tragic consequences.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed