Midnight Family is a sort of documentary that tells the story of a family in Mexico City that runs a private ambulance service in a city that faces acute shortage of government ambulances. The film begins well and it’s interesting to know the lives of the family members, how they operate, the financial issues etc. The best scene of the film is when two different ambulance services are showing their competitive spirit. But after a point, nothing much happens and it starts to get repetitive. Thankfully the film is less than 90 minutes. Performances are great and the one who leaves the mark is 16-year-old Juan Ochoa. One time watch!
My rating – *** out of 5!