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Critic Reviews for Granito
The movie is erratically paced, often static and dry, and occasionally dull. But the subject matter keeps you intrigued - barely.
There's a naggingly studied tone to the whole enterprise that makes it feel like history class rather than a complex, urgent reckoning.
There are only so many times you can watch a camera panning and zooming over still photos before your tolerance for the Ken Burns effect reaches its limit.
Granito becomes both a humanitarian legal thriller and a quest to find justice through cinema.
"Granito" is less rough-edged than its guerrilla-film predecessor, but it shares a spirit of simplistic revolutionary solidarity.
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