The segment on war is perhaps some of the finest media satire put on screen, and it happened 7 years before the War on Terror. Astounding work, Chris Morris is brilliant.
Worth having at least a cursory knowledge on the expulsion of Germans from the Sudetenland/Czechia proper after WW2, along with the Velvet Revolution and the fall of the Warsaw Pact in Czechia.
Really understated film. Great work on the the rotoscoped animation throughout. Imagine falling in love with someone whose hobby is reading train schedules though.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Man, the man is killing us, man
A beautiful and haunting portrayal of the combat that rages between the Commandos and Mafiosos even to this day in the kung-fu ravaged country of Uganda.
I'm not even sure if we found out in the end who killed Captain Alex.