The Summit (2017) 1080p

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Drama | Mystery
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Spanish 5.1  
Run Time:
114 min
IMDB Rating:
6 / 10 
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Directors: Santiago Mitre [Director] ,

Movie Description:
The president of Argentina, Hernán Blanco, is facing a very important decision. He is participating in a meeting between different state leaders, which takes place in La Cordillera. From there, in the middle of the Summit of Latin American presidents, he will have to be able to solve a very complicated personal matter that can affect both his private and public life.


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Although the movie had some individual not bad elements such as acting, music/atmosphere, photography, the total turned to be really boring and without a central meaning/direction, having mixed a very weak political case with a stronger -but again weak- psychological issue of the president's daughter. You were always waiting for something excited, which never came. Either the script was very poor or the director made it so. Perhaps they should have worked with the film a few weeks more...

Was expecting something else to develop, but wasn't a bad movie.

This was one of those movies I have to read a lot after watching to try and figure out what happened.Some times, you miss little things while watching and one and the other and another person see little details and between all of them you form your opinion about what you've just seen.The "open ending" was quite confusing for me, but after reading different opinions and points of view I realised the movie is about the main character, Hernán Blanco, and nothing else. Everything points to show how and what he is. Everything that happens is about him, and after the movie ends, you will know what he is.The thing is, it looked like there was something bigger going on, and I lost focus on the character, thinking that some twist was going to happen any time.I do appreciate how good is the cinematography, the acting and the music on this movie, everyone does a great job on their roles, and there's a very well accomplished atmosphere of mystery from beginning to end, but it was a bit messy and inconsistent in what it was pointing at, and made me expect something else. Or maybe not messy, but a lot of little details that will make sense and add up better when you finished the movie and understood what was about. Maybe a second watch would be good.Still, besides it was somehow disappointing, is a quality film in many aspects and I did enjoy watching it.

A Good Film that Could Have Been Better - The Summit

There are some films that are classics because they do not have any women in them; such as Full Metal Jacket, 12 Angry Men, A Few Good Men, The Alamo, Saving Private Ryan (except the great mother scene), and others. Conversely, there are several classics that feature women, where men are merely props; such as Two Women, Sophies Choice, The French Lieutenant's Woman, The Devil Wears Prada, Queen Elizabeth, and several others. I believe this is one of those films that should have jettisoned the daughter and the female assistant; neither of which push the story forward with intensity. The dynamics among the men are what makes this film tick (like Glengary Glenross). The director fumbled the ball on the goal line with this one. Also unclear was why the US wanted Argentina to keep them out of the game. If those two things were made crystal clear in two hours, this would have been a classic; but......
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