Despite a great performance from the leafs, historically it falls apart. Visually, it’s for the most part compelling, but ultimately overlong (by a long shot), with unnecessary 20th century sequences, and overall forgettable
“I’m bloody racist. If you don’t know by now, you’ll never know it.”
This is a fascinating, well made film, that is an interesting firsthand account into South Africa’s immediately post apartheid neonazi party, headed by de Blanche- a man who would wind up killed by his field hands in 2010. There are some in ZA that say that de Blanche’s death was part of a larger policy of white genocide. If anyone says this, show them this film. Show them the AWB’s logo.
Fantastic claustrophobic and neon cinematography that gives vibes of a Refn film on crack. Rather than meticulous and graceful, Good Time is raw and intense- nothing but heart pounding stress and anxiety.
Amazing performances all around.
If Robert Pattinson doesn't get an Oscar nomination...