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A genuinely inspiring story of courage in the face of atrocity, impunity, and institutionalized inhumanity.
Directed by Ryan Suffern, this harrowing documentary focuses on the December 1982 massacre perpetrated by the Guatemalan military against the little village of Dos Erres, whose residents.
[A] movie ... solidly constructed by American documentarian Ryan Suffern.
A twisty, protracted fight for justice is deftly traced in "Finding Oscar," an absorbing, if grim, documentary ...
As a story, "Finding Oscar" has all the necessary ingredients for a riveting experience, yet the execution is more earnest than inspiring in all but the most predictable ways.
The barbarity described in "Finding Oscar" is stomach-turning, but moments of courage still shine through in this unsettling yet vital documentary.
The film becomes nearly unbearable as the soldiers, as well as a few survivors, recount what happened that day
These topics are undoubtedly important, but the pain experienced by countless Guatemalans deserves a more complex forum than this one.
"Happy" may not be the word for Finding Oscar's ending, but "tearful" certainly is.
The fog of filmmaking is only slightly clearer than the fog of war, but most of the time the power of Finding Oscar shines through.
The subject matter of this informative and intriguing documentary makes it difficult to watch at times, but also worthwhile.
A beautifully told version of a tale that's both harrowing and intensely human, Finding Oscar is a remarkable feat of non-fiction that should not be missed.
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