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The film's title refers to the semi-conscious fugue state that precedes the taxidermist's epileptic seizures, inducing a sense of disorientation and dread that Bielinsky uses to deepen the film's psychological impact. Darín's dour, worried expression is a fascinating focal point for his character's unpredictable journey into the heart of darkness, and The Aura's primary setting, in the thick forest of Patagonia, is a perfect complement to the film's ominous atmosphere and deliberately paced intrigue. As far-fetched as it may seem at times, the plot's heightened reality remains utterly convincing, and Bielinsky demonstrates an uncanny knack for escalating suspense in quietly intense situations. From start to finish, The Aura is clearly the work of a filmmaker with seemingly limitless potential, and we can only wonder about the excellent films Bielinsky would have made had he lived. Unfortunately, two slight DVD extras on The Aura give us no insight into Bielinsky's too-short career: the "making of" featurette is very brief and consists primarily of an interview with Ricardo Darín, and the behind-the-scenes musical montage is an equally short and perfunctory assembly of production video set to the moody, electronic tones of Lucio Godoy's subtly effective score. --Jeff Shannon
He is a caring person, surrounded by greed, cruelness, manipulation, lies, survival.
As with Bielinsky's previous feature "Nine Queens," this film mixes genres that lead to interesting ambiguities and unexpected results.
Sorry... The start of the movie was so slow moving, I stopped watching it soon after it started.
Another awesome movie of Ricardo Darin! Is he fantasizing or living his reality? Try to figure it out. Good conversation movie.Published 23 days ago by Mireya
The Aura is a flawless modern-day crime thriller brought out in 2005. It's an Argentine psychological thriller, neo-noir film directed and written by Fabián Bielinsky. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A Bucket of Corn
Great for me as a Spanish language student, the subtitles are en español and other lenguas...Published 5 months ago by Luminesence
This film is a classic and if you appreciate foreign films then it is a must see. One noteworthy fact is that the director, Fabián Bielinsky, only directed this film and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brian Lynch
An actor is able to display a wide range of emotions from subtle to deep emotion. While generally quiet and observant he is capable on big decisions, deception, sacrifice and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Casual reader
Beautifull location set , story telling is well written, dont expect a hollywood movie, Darin is great as always .Published 11 months ago by hector
For a foreign language film it is unusual. The silent lead speaks little and appears to be slow or retarded. Read morePublished 11 months ago by crosscountryman