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The Human Surge (El auge del humano) [Audio: Spanish]
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The Human Surge (El auge del humano) [Audio: Spanish]

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An ingeniously shape-shifting debut from director Eduardo Williams, which follows the lives of mostly young men in disparate parts of the world who are bored by (or released from) their jobs and seeking fulfillment elsewhere.
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Guardian
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July 07, 2017

There is something exasperating in the way it withholds the pleasures of film from its audience, allowing long stretches to unfold with no lighting and semi-audible dialogue.
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March 03, 2017

This conundrum that can be found all over the Internet, to be sure, but rarely with such enigmatic eroticism or breathtaking technique. Like the best nonfiction work of the past few years, it encourages us to look differently at every moving image we see.
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Paste Magazine
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March 09, 2017

Williams is a gifted director who only has better films in front of him; he appears to be a guy with a concise vision making exactly what he wants to make. Which might be why The Human Surge can't quite connect: Williams only made this for himself.
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Times (UK)
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July 11, 2017

There are two bravura shots in The Human Surge... Otherwise, well, it's tough going.
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Newcity
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March 31, 2017

Starting in Argentina, ranging to Mozambique and the Philippines, The Human Surge picks figures from the blur of the modern world and depicts them in shadowed motion, language an indistinct gesture, too.
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Village Voice
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February 28, 2017

Surreal and wordlessly unsettling, Eduardo Williams' globe-crossing feature The Human Surge is intimate and pleasurably inscrutable.
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Observer (UK)
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July 09, 2017

Williams's bewildering, sinuous film encourages us to realise that getting lost is a destination in itself.
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RogerEbert.com
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March 03, 2017

Though the picture is admirable on a conceptual level, its execution is incoherent, interminable and a colossal strain on the eyes.
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Variety
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February 09, 2017

Lacking in narrative or character (the film is all theme and no story), the payoff moments for all one's carefully invested attention are few and far between.
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November 10, 2017

In Williams' film, this pulse of energy is everywhere, running through and between all of the subjects: human, animal, material, ambient, and machinic.
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indieWire
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February 28, 2017

This is a heckuva stimulating cinematic achievement for a relative newcomer. The Human Surge offers a shrewd commentary on the dissonance of technological connectivity and personal communication.
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March 02, 2017

Just when you think you've got the movie pegged, it pulls a daring switch of perspective. While the thrill of that little coup is short-lived, it suggests that Mr. Williams may come up with something more substantial with his next feature.
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