This word is as bad as a pauper, but then there is a real kick: apparently a little more like “the brutality of a man’s love” (and here the screen turns briefly sad) “… and a woman”.
Yeesh. Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem have been separated from each other for ten years and eventually joined together by them. Their story, if it can be called “even”, comes to the forefront with a wash, a waste of time, and a focal point of wonder for all the vain exercise. Wern (Theron), who never ceases to legitimize the heroism of a renowned humanitarian worker, meets when he comes to a Monrov asylum seeker camp to provide medical support similar to Miguel (Bardem), a solid hero of his field hospitals.