The most though provoking film of the festival but it's not a good film. The structure is all over the place and it's far too long and not really that interesting. But everything else surrounding the film is really fascinating. I completely understand why the film has previously been banned and finding myself agreeing with censorship is more disturbing than most of the brutality in the film.
What does it mean if the only reason you can think a film should exist is to question it's own existence?
November 17, 2013 at 02:54PM