No Return (2010 film) – Wikipedia



2010 movie

No Go back
Spanish Sin retorno
Directed by way of Miguel Cohan
Written by way of
Produced by way of
Cinematography Hugo Colace
Edited by way of Fernando Pardo
Song by way of Lucio Godoy


  • Haddock Movies
  • Tornasol Movies
  • Castafiore Movies
Dispensed by way of
  • Distribution Co. (ar)
  • Alta Classics (es)

Unencumber dates

  • 30 September 2010 (2010-09-30) (Argentina)
  • 18 February 2011 (2011-02-18) (Spain)
International locations
Language Spanish

No Go back (Spanish: Sin retorno) is a 2010 Spanish-Argentine mystery drama movie directed by way of Miguel Cohan which stars Leonardo Sbaraglia, Martín Slipak and Bárbara Goenaga along Federico Luppi.

The plot tracks the tendencies after a bike owner (Pablo) is hit by way of a automotive with younger Matías and Chaucha within. Pablo’s father Ricardo appears for witnesses and ventriloquist Federico in the end will get wrongfully jailed.


A joint Spanish-Argentine co-production,[3] the movie used to be produced by way of Haddock Movies [es], Tornasol Movies and Castafiore Movies in affiliation with Telefe and Enviornment Movies.[4] Taking pictures places incorporated Buenos Aires and Alicante.[5]


The movie premiered in Argentine theatres on 30 September 2010.[6] It entered the Valladolid World Movie Competition’s primary pageant on 27 October 2010,[7] adopted by way of a theatrical unencumber in Spain on 18 February 2011, dispensed by way of Alta Classics.[2]


Fernando López of L. a. Nación gave a favorable overview (“excellent”), writing that the “forged debut” movie by way of Miguel Cohan featured “no gimmicks, no appeals to simple emotion, no sobering speeches, no underlinings”, and “no manichaeism within the portrayal of characters”, while the flowery screenplay (possibly “overly elaborate”) offers with the likes of “guilt, hypocrisy, individualism, irresponsibility”.[8]

Jonathan Holland of Selection thought to be that the tale “is explored with sensitivity and craft” , “constructed round a sparsely worked-out script”, underpinning a “robust calling card for debut helmer Miguel Cohan”.[4]

Javier Ocaña of El País thought to be the movie to be a “robust dramatic mystery that offers with all angles of an accidental felony match”, that includes a “excellent use of ellipses” and “excellent performances”.[9]


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