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An Insignificant Man is journalistically fuzzy and unashamedly partial. But it also has the appealing zeal of an idealistic passion project, and has generated an impressive amount of newsworthy buzz for a first-time feature.
An Insignificant Man ... is a truly exciting work of direct cinema, profiling a mass protest movement that ... has a major impact on the future of India.
Far from a wide-eyed tale about the triumph of populist democracy, An Insignificant Man showcases that even in the muck of politics, incremental changes can truly be momentous.
[Insignificant Man] is an engaging and deftly crafted documentary.
The mark of a good documentary is that you forget that the events unfolding on the screen are not fiction. An Insignificant Man achieves that and even surpasses it.
The footage has been woven together to form a proper story and it helps in making the film gripping.
...a broad brush narrative that provides little insight into this populist phenomenon beyond a few sensationalist newspaper headlines.
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