FFCC members on Gabriel Mascaro’s ‘Neon Bull’
FFCC members on Brazilian filmmaker Gabriel Mascaro’s Neon Bull.
Juan Barquin, Dim the House Lights
“Cazarré is, at all times, a compelling actor to be at the center of a film, in part because of his handsome looks, though this helps given the physical, dialogue-light nature of the role.”
Rubén Rosario, Miami Art Zine
“What ultimately makes Neon Bull so consistently engaging is that it sidesteps self-importance to achieve a quiet, contemplative grace. Its rough-hewn poetry is forged in quotidian strife.”
Alfred Soto, Humanizing the Vacuum
“Mascaro has made a valentine to a way of life that dovetails with American and European notions of primitivism, the characters’ casual approach to sex and work presented as a balm.”