"It's comforting to know that even in Patagonia being a teenager is a drag. Fifteen-year-old Lucas (Biscayart) has all the symptoms of pernicious adolescence: raging hormones, family dysfunction, personal insecurity, and an unhealthy obsession with the Violent Femmes. Luckily, he's also got Nacho (Viale), his best friend and wrestling companion, with whom he indulges the whims of his growing sexual ambiguity and seeks for some small way out of the empty despair of southern Argentina's flatlands – whether by bicycle, bus, or sniffable adhesives. Dos Santos' film may be short on story, but it's long on atmosphere, attitude, and sympathy for its disaffected boy-philos-opher, who, like all good teenagers, will try anything – drugs, sex, music, even metaphysics – to get a small taste of freedom."
Quoting Josh Rosenblatt in the Austin Chronicle.