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Mute Duncan Jones came to Netflix with ‘Mute’, a kind of sequel to ‘Moon’, after being shipwrecked with ‘Warcraft: The Origin’ Mute and in the shadow of the premiere of ‘Altered Carbon’, which has had a mixed acceptance within the catalog of the streaming platform. He came to Netflix confused, aware that the sequel to ‘Warcraft: The Origin‘ is far from reality. And it came to Netflix with ‘Mute‘ being devastated by critics and a very painful reception on Rotten Tomatoes. But neither Duncan Jones has been a friend of film critics, nor has the US company embraced this medium, as it recently directly attacked this sector after the scorn received by ‘Bright‘.

With this strange context, ‘Mute‘ started from the inheritance received by ‘Altered Carbon‘ to propose a similar story in settings, but not in plots and themes. If ‘Altered Carbon’ deepened -in the way that each one describes- on the meaning of being human, the duology between body-soul / existence-essence and other matters of character, ‘Mute’ is limited to offering us the typical story in the that a character (Alexander Skarsgård) looks for another, disappeared (Livia Matthes), and the action unfolds and progresses in the plot as the protagonist discovers key elements in his investigation. However, perhaps what is remarkable here is that the protagonist is mute and must access the information with the mechanisms available to him, given his disability.

Duration: 126 min


IMDb: 5.4