Dry Season (Daratt) (2007)
Critic Reviews for Dry Season (Daratt)
Gently and quietly told, Daratt (Dry Season) is an unassumingly political work that unfolds with the simplicity of a parable and the gravity of a Bible story.
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's austere, hypnotic third feature explores the legacy of Chad's decades-long civil war.
Deceptively simple, both in its storytelling and use of images, it's convincing as an allegory of truth and reconciliation in Chad and beyond.
Using a simple storytelling style that grows stronger with each passing scene, Dry Season draws the viewer into its small two-character drama set in post-war Chad, while it offers a deep reflection on injustice and frustrated revenge.
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