Scared of humans, that's why I watch movies.
The story itself is extremely interesting but the documentary isn't quite as "thrilling" as it could have been. You have TONS of footage on your hands from the protagonists and yet the film doesn't really find a way to emotionally connect with them. It's close, but it could've been something more.
Jesus Christ. On second thought, let's not send 13 year olds to war.
This is one of the most powerful war films I've ever seen. I've had a pretty great upbringing thus far in life and I've never personally experienced an atrocity so it's hard to relate or make judgements on how this compares to the real thing. Some movies do a good job of capturing what war can be like. From what I read, films like Saving Private Ryan,…
The next Stanley Kubrick? I don't think we'll ever get another Kubrick...But I do think I'm okay with having a Jonathan Glazer.
Glazer is an extremely visual director. In that regard, he is very similar to Kubrick. Every sequence is more focused on the frame than what is going on inside of it. Without context, every shot can be pulled out and it's art. The story is forced to work around the frame and the movie pulls much of it's…