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  • Summary: Postales (Postcards) is a multicultural story of innocence and understanding despite the barriers of language, poverty, cultural confusion and a rapidly globalizing world. In the streets of Cusco, Peru, the lives of an American businessman and his family become intertwined with those of aPostales (Postcards) is a multicultural story of innocence and understanding despite the barriers of language, poverty, cultural confusion and a rapidly globalizing world. In the streets of Cusco, Peru, the lives of an American businessman and his family become intertwined with those of a rural Peruvian family struggling day to day to survive. As the construction of a new hotel is finalized, both families are faced with the realities of our shifting world and the unexpected encounters that will change them forever. Collapse
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  1. Reviewed by: Rob Humanick
    Jul 25, 2013
    75
    Throughout the film, writer-director Jash Hyde avoids Paul Haggis's patronizing white liberal attitude toward class warfare.
  2. Reviewed by: David DeWitt
    Jul 25, 2013
    60
    While the film is let down by its plot, it is much too smart for reductive visions of “the other.” And there are moments, like a heartfelt exchange of keepsakes, when seeing Postales is a memory worth preserving.
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