Monday, September 12, 2016



Hector was a very good movie. I'm not sure if describing it as sad, or sobering, would do it justice. It's about the human condition, loss, pain, separation, family, friendship, homelessness, and the cruel twists and turns of fate. It also makes you realize how close you can come to being in a similar situation, and that everyone has problems, it's just that some can hide it better than others.
The cast did a great job, and they deserve recognition for it.
It's on Netflix, but I am sure it can be seen elsewhere.

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