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Movie Review: ‘The Arrieta Method’ hard to understand

Justin San Diego

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Making its U.S. debut, “The Arrieta Method” is a documentary about two sisters that learn to communicate.

Mentxu and Lourdes are handicapped and cannot control their muscles. They establish a system of communication that involves spelling out letters with their eyeballs.

It was inspirational, but did not pack a lot of excitement for 87 minutes. It was hard to connect with the characters at certain parts.

There are few parts that will make you chuckle and more that will make you emotional.

Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

 

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