Time travel stories never fail to turn my brain around, sometimes to comical effect, sometimes frustratingly confusing, but there's always a layer of intrigue and possibility. Los Cronocrimenes starts with a remarkably simple set up, sending one man into a race against his alter egos to maintain his own identity and uniqueness.
As anyone who has ever seen a movie or read a book about time travel can attest, it's not easy cleaning up the messes caused by time travel, and meeting oneself is rarely without complications. Los Cronocrimenes is admirable in that it spends little time dwelling with the mechanism of space travel or the cosmological questions. There aren't a bunch of special effects. It's simply a story of a man wanting to get home to his wife. A critic on the DVD cover calls this "the perfect movie." I don't know about all that, but it is good.
Bottom line, 3 stars.