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It is startling to see how political opposition and outrage were being mobilised, not primarily by journalism, or social media or established forms of protest, but by theatre.
This is an absorbing documentary that shines a light on the courage and talents of its subjects.
Not just another theatrical performance, Unstable Elements acts to live.
Excerpts of performances from shows such as Being Harold Pinter and Minsk 2011 hint at the visceral power of the group, which the Belarusian authorities apparently view as a threat to national security.
Absurdist dramas staged with grace and ingenuity, these "dangerous acts" draw attention in eloquent and very affecting fashion to the plight of Lukashenko's victims.
Dangerous Acts transcends its contemporary relevance.
Recommended viewing, especially given recent events in Ukraine.
Dangerous Acts is a poignant picture of eastern Europe art at home and in exile.
An avant garde theatre collective challenge Belarusian politics in this underwhelming activism doc.
Vivid and vital.
Depicting the intellectual fire and fierce determination essential to revolution, Dangerous Acts pits the pen against the sword in an old story made fresh by the fact it's so immediate to those involved.
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