In Mexico City's wealthiest neighbourhoods, the Ochoa family runs a private ambulance, competing with other for-profit EMTs for patients in need of urgent help.
It’s a cautionary tale that plays like a thriller, with a vision of a potential future that should terrify British or American viewers alike.| Read in full: Midnight Family movie review We Love Cinema
Were it not for the real-life tragedy and horror involved, this documentary could almost be a bleak and often hilarious black comedy.The Guardian
Tracking a series of tricky ambulance operations, and shot mostly from inside vehicles, the film does a great job of unpicking the nuances of this complex situation without resorting to spelling things out.Little White Lies
Portraits of institutional dysfunction don’t come much more urgent, and quietly bleak, than this, which should help the film attract serious attention following its Sundance Film Festival premiere.Variety