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Erase and Forget manages to botch the mission, getting lost in arty ambiguities and lofty political aspirations instead of attacking its juicy target with the required amount of laser-guided military discipline.
"Erase and Forget" is an inadequate documentary.
He comes across as a dangerous cocktail of fact and fantasy who could be the father of fake news.
A bit shapeless and unsignposted, sometimes more like a rough cut than a finished movie, a patchwork of original interview material and archive footage. But it's a good story.
An abstract portrait of a true outsider. Shocking and compelling, even if a little meandering at times.
Zimmerman has effectively drowned any brainpower in a kaleidoscope of sloppy edits and relentless rolling footage of a man who appears to be profoundly boring.
If you thought America had reached the ne plus ultra of telegenic wackos who covet the reins of power, think, on this evidence, again. Yet there is an honesty and transparency in Gritz's bluster that makes him oddly charismatic.
Demonstrating the consequences of indulging a culture built on myths and conspiracy theories, this is a compelling portrait of a war hero who epitomises many Middle American concerns and convictions.
The result is like a Lynchian nightmare of right-wing America. Chilling.
By tracing the complexity of Gritz's response to the vagaries of his own history, Erase and Forget attunes us to the discomfort of recognition.
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