Critic Reviews for Anons
Playing like an unholy mix of bone-dry comedy and a deadly serious meditation on the transience of those in power, this is a precision-tooled little gem...
Coşkun introduces comically absurdist elements... and then expertly balances the two moods on a razor-thin edge that's as dry as the martini the characters talk about.
Throughout the film, Coşkun shows that he understands the increasingly little-practiced art of the slow burn before landing an unexpected payoff where pathos and comedy are bedfellows.
Coskun has a lot of fun with this wryly sardonic look at a country resigned to chaos and political machinations.
Recalling the bone-dry wit of the likes of Pablo Larrain mixed with a dash of the absurdity of Samuel Beckett, this is as much a waiting game as an action plan.
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