What the Critics are Saying About CARLOS


See what everyone is saying about SundanceTV’s action-packed, award winning, mini-series CARLOS, starring Édgar Ramírez and directed by Olivier Assayas.

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Entertainment Weekly included it in their best shows of 2010 roundup, saying “CARLOS was unnerving as any thriller on the small or big screen…”

Anne Thompson of Indie Wire describes how CARLOS “grabbed me with Ramirez’s compelling, abrasive, alluring, horrifying character…”

The Wall Street Journal‘s critic highlights the mini-series, stating “nothing I’ve seen in recent years has held my attention so relentlessly.”

Art Forum calls CARLOS an “epic sweep.” praises the series, saying it’s, “Vivid, exciting, pulsingly cinematic…”

Variety names CARLOS a “spectacular achievement.”

Time Magazine says CARLOS was the “grandest, most vivacious entry at Cannes (2010).”

Los Angeles Times touts the mini-series as a more upbeat Munich and a The Bourne Identity with more substance.

USA Today says, “It’s a miracle that Carlos existed. And a miracle that this CARLOS existed.”

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