Tate's Review of Road to Perdition


  • 23 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
    Road to Perdition

    Road to Perdition (2002)

    Despite the solemn retribution the film depicts, an earnest memoir emerges that is tightly bound to the heart. The film maintains a meek perspective that seeks truth rather than objective, insight rather than the external. Mendes has crafted yet another distinct drama that contrasts itself between a remarkable score and substantial acting. Memorable dramas like Road to Perdition succeed because they unpretentiously exhibit the essentials for the story, allowing the viewers the freedom to devise their own personal witness to the screen, aside from the director's.

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