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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.
As well-intended as it is artless.
A well-meaning but inelegant bore.
Sloppiness doesn't suit Granito, which should be concise, complicated, and elegant.
A meditative look back at the mass murder of Mayan Indians in Guatemala and the role of the progressive film-maker. Not agit-prop at all despite what mainstream reviewers here say.
Part courtroom drama, part political thriller and part war movie, Granito: How to Nail A Dictator is one of the most compelling. gripping and inspiring documentaries of the year to date.
...delves into the case being built in a Madrid court against two generals charged with perpetrating a genocidal campaign against the Mayan people of Guatemala.
The film is at its best in its footage of those who are picking up the fight that their parents began against Montt, these 'granito' - or grains of sand - who hope that by coming together they can make a difference.
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