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Whatever its propagandistic purpose, State Of Fear draws out these contemporary resonances through a straightforward, four-square documentary style, patiently revealing its history lesson via the expected talking heads, archival footage, and photog
An informative and valuable documentary about the past 30 years of messy times in Peru, but it is also frustrating.
A lucid, evenhanded look at the dangers that face democracy and the rule of law in an unending cycle of terrorism and counterterrorism.
Yates' unblinking chronicle of recent Peruvian history paints a devastating picture of a people nearly destroyed by their own leaders.
A fiercely detailed, yet scrupulously balanced documentary about the 20-year cycle of violence, retribution and corruption that engulfed Peru, its government and its citizens.
Based on the testimony of more than 16,000 people, Pamela Yates's harrowing documentary chronicles 20 years of terror, brutality and repression.
This dry but informative no frills film is a good educational tool.
It gives one much to think about, and that's the first order of the day for any documentary.
The impressionistic presentation actually undermines the horrifying facts and moving testimony from survivors on both sides of the conflict.
Yates encourages us to strike parallels between Peru's war on terror and any other crusade of its ilk without ever turning her attention away from the crisis at hand.
The new doc State of Fear may only be effective as an educational tool for Americans, whose media have told them next to nothing about one of the Western Hemisphere's most horrifying killing fields.
Taking full advantage of the formidable archive materials preserved by the Truth Commission, docudocu sets out to trace two decades of Peru's history that claimed 70,000 lives.
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