Two (2021) – Review/Summary (with Spoilers)

Title Card - Two (2021)

Two is a notably strange movie that, unfortunately, doesn’t end with a quality reveal.

Two is a notably strange movie that, unfortunately, doesn’t end with a quality reveal.

Director(s) Mar Targarona
Screenplay By Cuca Canals, Christian Molina, Mike Hostench
Where Can You Watch? Netflix
Date Released 12/10/2021
Genre(s) Drama, Horror
Duration 1 Hour, 10 Minutes
Rating TV-MA
Noted Cast
Sara Marina Gatell
David Pablo Derqui

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Film Summary

In an undisclosed location, two people, David and Sara, seemingly unrelated in every way possible, find themselves sewn together. Through conversation, they realize they have never crossed paths but considering David’s occupation mixed with Sara’s husband being a jealous madman, there is the need to question if this was an act of revenge in the most grandeur way.

Things To Note | Question(s) Left Unanswered

  • Reason(s) for Film Rating: Nudity, Blood, Gore

Review/ Commentary


It Was Interesting, In The Beginning

Initially, Two presented an interesting idea. Two strangers, connected near the hip, who may have been joined due to Sara’s husband believing she was having an affair with this man. Which Sara makes clear isn’t the case but, as David starts revealing things he knows about the room they are in, it does drive suspicions that maybe he is more aware of what is going on than he leads us to believe? Especially considering he paints his life as the opposite of Sara’s more lofty lifestyle.

Low Points

Ultimately, It Goes Nowhere

David (Pablo Derqui) and Sara (Marina Gatell) looking at a picture
David (Pablo Derqui) and Sara (Marina Gatell)

Despite the theories and intrigue, in the beginning, they all fall to the waste side by the time you get to the end. In fact, despite clocking in a little over an hour, you might say Two feels longer since it doesn’t deliver after hooking you by its synopsis. And that ending? Let’s just say the need to roll your eyes will be strong once all is revealed.


Rating: Mixed (Divisive)

Two might be yet another example of good marketing for a divisive product. For, on the one hand, the fear Sara presents, and the backstory given between her and David, it does lead you to wonder what could be revealed in the end. However, once we learn who is behind this and why? You’re left saying, “Really?” and wishing you used this hour of your lifespan for something else.

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