This is the Latest Review of Nobody Knows I’m Here. Nobody Knows I’m Here (2020) – Review, Recap, Ending, Summary. Main Stars: Nelson Brodt. It is Released on 24 June 2020. It is directed by Gaspar Antillo.
I would like to say thank you to Netflix for granting me the screener to this new film nobody knows I’m here is a melancholic love story that’s also partially about getting back at someone which as you know so please like my summary. I’m a big fan of it’s a little film but with a lot to unpack featuring a gentle giant but deeply emotional performance by Jorge Garcia.
I’m here revels in isolation occasional creepiness and pent-up aggression while at the same time pointing out the hypocrisy of Fame and show business written by Enrique Videla Josefina Fernandez and Gaspard Antio directed by Gaspar ante, Oh Jorge Garcia plays memo, Garrido, a lonely former child singer in the Latin music industry in the early 90s decades later.
He lives in seclusion in southern Chile practically cut off from the world his life changes forever with the unexpected arrival of Maria who forces him to face his past to confront the incident that destroyed his career and to ultimately give himself an opportunity for redemption. This is gonna be an epic summary and the review for the viewers.
This is Gaspar a Tio’s feature directorial debut and for the most part, Gaspar plays it safe and straightforward focusing on Jorge Garcia’s character memos daily routine with his uncle the visually creative parts happen whenever memo puts on his robe and imagines performing in the spotlight all of a sudden and like the summary. It’s like he has been teleported from his sad lonely state of existence.
When a certain youtube viral video Garner’s him unwanted popularity footage of Memo walking around in the woods looks like somebody just captured a rare sighting of Bigfoot with his super 8 camera this film jump-cuts from one scene to the next very swiftly leaving you to wish that the characters had said more than just a few words to each other.
It really does feel like the movie leaves out a lot of scenes that we’re kind of cheated away from but sure that you gonna like my review. I would argue that the scenes that this film spends more time on are the ones that truly matter maybe general audiences would actually appreciate this format because of this very reason nobody knows I’m here is by no means a slow burn I bet you probably recognize Jorge Garcia best for his roles on last and Hawaii five-o series well.
I’m here is the most dramatic he’s ever been on the screen there’s a sense of childlike qualities about him here shy introverted but with an active imagination while simultaneously you can tell he’s holding a deep-seated grudge and anger the dynamic between his character and Maria is the kind where you can describe it as simplicity in enjoying each other’s presence at the beginning Maria’s compassion for Memo is like a person’s compassion for a lost puppy.
It eventually becomes something that’s more real and loving as I implied earlier since I’m a sucker for revenge stories my favorite parts are when memo ultimately stands up to both his selfish dad and the fake singer who stole his voice the way this film basically trashes the pretentiousness public figures are absolutely glorious and nobody knows I’m here literally ends on a high note which satisfies all of us who are cheering for Memo the underdog so hopes that you liked my review.
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