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I'm No Longer Here(Ya no estoy aqui)

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Mexico, United States · 2019
1h 45m
Director Fernando Frias
Starring Juan Daniel Garcia Treviño, Bianca Coral Puernte Valenzuela, Xueming Angelina Chen, Luis Leonardo Zapata
Genre Drama

Ulises is a teenager living in Monterrey, Mexico and a proud member of the city's Cholombiano subculture. When gang violence escalates in his community and his brother is murdered, he relocates to Queens, New York to start a new life.

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The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by Barry Hertz

There is a semi-frustrating sense that Frias hasn’t quite made the movie that he wanted to – that either time was not on his side or that he fussed too much in the editing booth.

75 by Christy Lemire

I'm No Longer Here (“Ya no estoy aqui”) is one of those Netflix movies you’ll wish you’d watched on the big screen. The film from Mexico City-born writer/director Fernando Frias de le Parra is so gorgeously shot and offers such a rich sense of place that it’s always visually compelling, even when the narrative tends to sag a bit.


The Hollywood Reporter by David Rooney

As a glimpse of a distinctive world and what happens when a young man who thrives within it gets uprooted, the film will yield low-key charms for patient viewers.


Los Angeles Times by Robert Abele

It’s a deceptively dimensional portrayal, that of someone who worries his stage is getting smaller and smaller. And in Frias’ magnetic feature is enough spirit, sound and artistry to give his journey a meaningful spotlight.

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