Sorcerer ★★★★½

Exploring the callous and futile nature of the world, Friedkin wrestles with the inalienable and forthcoming prospect of death, and the paradoxical uncertainty that accompanies one's imminent fate. Resembling that of Camus' notion of the absurd, Sorcerer paints an unsympathetic and brutal reality, where despite strenuous efforts to persevere through the suffering, one cannot outrun our ultimate destiny.

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