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My Fault | Reviewed By Gaurav Dutta
Noah, played by Nicole Wallace, is not happy right now. Her mother, Rafaella (Marta Hazas), has moved to a charming seaside town with her new husband, Will (Iván Sánchez), who is a handsome billionaire.
Noah has been separated from her boyfriend and best friend due to the new union. Seventeen and going into her last year of secondary school, Noah is an autonomous, glad, and splendid firecracker who doesn't require anybody. That is the point at which she meets Scratch (Gabriel Guevara), Will's awful kid child, who's Noah's new stepbrother. a young man who likes to party, gamble, fight, and race fast cars with any woman who is willing to hold on tight in the passenger seat.
Soon, Noah will have to deal with the conflict between Nick, a stalker who sends her nasty, threatening notes, and a local gangster she beats like a badass in a race that would make James Dean blush.
That is the carrot, and the adaptation of Culpa Ma, the first book in Mercedes Ron's best-selling Culpables trilogy, lacks a stick, so there are many carrots. Ron adjusted his work with the assistance of Domingo González, making his first time at the helm, and he has never met a classification buzzword he could have done without. The plot twists and turns more quickly than the characters themselves.
It begins as a romantic comedy before morphing into an underground martial arts film and a badass street racing action film. When My Fault needs a break from its cinematic dissociative identity disorder, there are also snippets of psychological stalker tributes we half expected a cameo from Patrick Bergen of Sleeping with the Enemy then settling into a steamy YA romance.
Regardless, My Fault merits looking for the appealing drives that consume the screen. A film that doesn't shy away from sexuality and embraces it is almost refreshing, especially for young people, who are a significant part of most people's culture. It is evident that Wallace and Guevara have an incredible chemistry. This reality alone will keep the watcher locked in. The movie, on the other hand, is only intended for lovers of young adult romance. While González slopes up a lot of intensity here, the successive tone shifts, absence of concentration, and messy, Velveeta-like discourse are a lot for the agreeable youthful prompts conquer in such an exaggerated, lathery picture.
Gaurav Dutta is a B.com graduate from Kolkata, schooling from St. Joseph’s College having a passion for writing since childhood. On the other hand, he also excels in the career of accounting and finance. A writer by his own choice, and aims to make a mark in the gaming industry through his coding abilities.