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Foxtrot uses topical themes to deliver a bruising sociopolitical statement that's equally effective taken simply as an absorbing, well-acted drama.
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Before the retrospective letdown, there is an exhilarating kind of disorientation as we move from one narrative section to the next.
It's an extraordinary film, far from easy, ultimately thoughtful and hard to forget.
Like a self-inflicted wound, it leaves a mark.
The best thing to be said of this well-intentioned film is that it doesn't resort to lecturing.
"Foxtrot" is far too interior to be called flashy, but there's something striking in director Samuel Maoz's visual confidence, the way he translates his characters' states of mind into images.
A despairing work that's not quite as gripping as its predecessor, "Foxtrot" still manages to make a powerful statement about the unintended side effects of living in a constant state of war.
A heavy-handed approach to the futility of war, Foxtrot aims high but falls short
It's a clever, funny, unsettling film.
A film full of mystery and switchbacks is resolved in resounding style.
Its intensity is too artfully channelled ever to turn into poignancy.
The film's tastefully constricted aesthetic is enjoyably at odds with its unruly, philosophical themes; the slipperiness of a dual identity, the fragility of war and the relentless manner in which grief can leak into a home's every crevice.
Foxtrot is a cinematic delight with a profound message at its heart and many striking shots that resonate long after the final credits roll.
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